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Eric Weinstein’s Bookshelf: a List of Significant Books – Part 1

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A recent Eric Weinstein tweet sparked this mini-project. There’s not much information readily available online regarding Eric’s favorite books or book recommendations. The reason for this may be because he says people are usually disappointed when he does share them. Nevertheless, he recently posted a picture of over 100 books that were significant enough for him to bring home after cleaning out his office. Let’s dive in to Eric Weinstein’s bookshelf!

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Weird Cool Dumb’s Most Anticipated Movies of 2014

Inherent ViceThese are the 10 movies scheduled for release in 2014 that I’m most looking forward to. Read More…

The 2014 Movie Project

The 2014 Movie Project LogoMy Kickstarter campaign to see every movie in 2014, set a Guinness World Record & write a book about the movies/my experience. Read More…

British Library Puts Over 1 Million Images Into The Public Domain

Baby KillingOver 1 million images from books published in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries have been released into the wild thanks to Microsoft & The British Library. Read More…

A Scientific Method For Finding Waldo Faster

Wheres WaldoWhere’s Waldo!?! Here’s a proven method to find Waldo faster. Read More…

Kickstarter: New Show From The Totally Rad Show’s Jeff Cannata

Jeff-Cannata-Kickstarter-1After 6 years & 760 episodes worth of content, the internet show TRS (covering all things rad) came to an end this past November. Never fear, loyal fans! While it’s not a complete rebirth of The Totally Rad Show, Jeff Cannata (2 “N”s, 1 “T”) has launched a project on Kickstarter.com to create a spiritual successor. More info inside. Read More…

Weird Cool Dumb’s Top Books Of 2012

Stack-Of-BooksLet’s talk about the books I read in 2012. Read More…

Early 20th Century American Art – Charles Dana Gibson Book 1

I’d never heard of Charles Dana Gibson before seeing his work at a recent garage sale, but as soon as I saw these books, I knew I had to buy them. Read More…

Mini-Review: ‘Entangled’ by Graham Hancock

My thoughts on Graham Hancock’s fiction debut, ‘Entangled’. Read More…

‘Where the Wild Things Are’ Author, Maurice Sendak Dies at 83

The man behind one of the most celebrated children’s books, ‘Where the Wild Things Are’, ended his wild rumpus at the age of 83. Read More…