Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

The Last Interview and Other Conversations
by David Foster Wallace
Aug. 18, 2017 - Aug. 18, 2017

Done


9781612192062

Melville House, 2012. 128 pages. Unverified

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p.91
labile »
(adjective) readily or continually undergoing c...
p.85
dreck »
(noun) trash, rubbish
p.61
schizogenic »
asexual reproduction by fission of the parent o...
p.61
kismet »
destiny; fate
p.5
ballast »
(noun) material that is used to provide stabili...
p.89
across the divides of radical specialization
[...] It might be that one of the really signif...
p.74
this new Al Franken book
[...] Everybody's pissed off and exasperated an...

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Something Real American

Salon, March 9, 1996

1 / 0
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There Can Be No Spokesman
by Tom Scocca (missing author) —also in Conversations with David Foster Wallace

Boston Phoenix, February 20, 1998

0 / 0
17

There Can Be No Spokesman
by Tom Scocca (missing author)

Boston Phoenix, February 20, 1998

0 / 0
53

A Brief Interview with a Five-Draft Man
by Stacey Schmeidel (missing author)

Amherst Magazine, Spring 1999

2 / 0
53

A Brief Interview with a Five-Draft Man
by Stacey Schmeidel (missing author)

Amherst Magazine, Spring 1999

2 / 0
93

Some Kind of Terrible Burden
by Steve Paulson (missing author) —also in Conversations with David Foster Wallace

To the Best of Our Knowledge, June 17, 2004

0 / 1
93

Some Kind of Terrible Burden
by Steve Paulson (missing author)

To the Best of Our Knowledge, June 17, 2004

0 / 0
115

The Last Interview
by Christopher Farley (missing author) —also in Conversations with David Foster Wallace

Wall Street Journal, May 2008

2 / 0
115

The Last Interview
by Christopher Farley (missing author)

Wall Street Journal, May 2008

0 / 0