Posts Tagged ‘ privacy ’

The Powerful Reticence of Elizabeth Bishop | New Republic

Alice Methfessel/Courtesy Macmillan

The poet was reserved and private in an age of confession. Now, a new biography tries to reveal her secrets.

Source: The Powerful Reticence of Elizabeth Bishop | New Republic

Story of Hillary Clinton’s Mother Forms Emotional Core of Campaign – NYTimes.com

Hillary Rodham Clinton and her mother, Dorothy Rodham, at a hotel in New York in 1992. Credit

Ron Frehm/Associated Press

Story of Hillary Clinton’s Mother Forms Emotional Core of Campaign – NYTimes.com.

Of Strangeness That Wakes Us On mother tongues, fatherlands, and Paul Celan. BY ILYA KAMINSKY / Poetry Foundation

402px-Celan_passphoto_1938Paul Celan  1938 passport photo (Wikimedia Commons)

Of Strangeness That Wakes Us

Google Glass: is it a threat to our privacy? / The Guardian

Google Glass: is it a threat to our privacy? | Technology | The Guardian.

7 Tips to go Private on Facebook in 7 Minutes / BostInno

7 Tips to go Private on Facebook in 7 Minutes

Cindy Sherman, a Retrospective / MoMA February 26 – June 11, 2012

Cindy Sherman photograph in a rare pose as herself. NYTimes

Cindy Sherman, a Retrospective at MoMA

Photography’s Angel Provocateur ‘Cindy Sherman’ at Museum of Modern Art

Cindy Sherman Unmasked

Privacy Policy – October 13, 2011 / The Smart Set

 

 

The Smart Set: Privacy Policy – October 13, 2011.