Robert Greene: The 48 Laws of Power
Reader Submission: Title and redesign by Neil Block.

Robert Greene: The 48 Laws of Power

Reader Submission: Title and redesign by Neil Block.


It’s been two years since the publication of my “book” about other books.

That day, every bookstore looked like the photo above and each review looked like it was written by a crazy person.

Don’t like books? Follow me on Twitter instead.

If you want a copy, I found it here for $2.


“Choose a job you love and you’ll work every day of your life, including weekends. You’ll never retire. Your family will hate you.”

Dan Wilbur (via anabolic-asteroids)

Yes. I also said this.

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“Hearing someone talk about Ulysses is more interesting than reading it. It’s the French cinema of books.”

Dan Wilbur (via mysharona1987)

Yep. I said it.

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Possibly the greatest meme: #nerdyactionhero

So so so dumb.


The Two-Book Minimum podcast is back!

Mike Sacks (author of Poking a Dead Frog: Conversations with Today’s Top Comedy Writers) teaches Dan how to properly interview someone before getting into a serious discussion about serial killers with Marcus. Comedian Katina Corrao tries to lighten the mood.

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Back to School on Better Book Titles.

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(From the top, left to right: The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Catcher in the Rye, A Separate Peace, The Stranger, The Dictionary, 1984, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, The Brothers Karamazov, Ethan Frome, The Metamorphosis.)