ephemera – plural of e·phem·er·on
1. anything short-lived or ephemeral.
2. ephemera, items designed to be useful or important for only a short time, especially pamphlets, notices, tickets, etc.
And “borrowed” from David Thompson (the idea at least; not the content).
I’ve got a bit of a busy week coming up, which may not leave a lot of time for blogging, so here’s one I did earlier (last night to be exact) with some interesting links I’ve spotted this week, all tucked into one neat blog post for you to enjoy.
It’s a pleasure.
That Masterchef edit on youtube (thanks GaiB) | 5 seconds of every #1 Billboard Hot 100 hit from 1993-2011 (soundcloud) | some more from the amazing Dear Photograph | Since it’s tomato season(?), here are 19 Tomato recipes | Mario Balotelli shows how not to score with a backheel and is promptly substituted | Weird wandering rocks in Death Valley | No more deadarms with the modular ‘Love Mattress‘ | My photo of the sea on Sunday is nice | Brilliant German ads show poor unfortunate workers | Sea Otters hold hands while sleeping so as not to drift apart (Warning: Cute Overload) | And finally: I’ve posted it on twitter several times, but the Time Flies Allan Gray ad is still breathtaking