Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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4 to 5 star sections/books, tagged notes, etc. For writing inspiration.


at the feet of the system itself

[...] When he says, disingenuously , that “the leaders of those [other] councils, Labour as well as Tory, are presumably not being accused of detesting the poor for being in power when their managers installed it,” he ignores the fact that the majority of blame has been laid at the feet of the s...

New Socialist Rhetoric, Responsibility, & the Problem of the Political: Some thoughts after reading Andrew O’Hagan on Grenfell Tower missing author

sundered (en)

(verb) to break apart or in two; separate by or as if by violence or by intervening time or space / (verb) to become parted, disunited, or severed

Wealth shall vouch for the possibility of reuniting what is sundered

—p.185 Minima Moralia: Reflections from a Damaged Life Part Three (161) by Theodor W. Adorno


advice/living (16)

Ursula K. Le Guin, Jonathan Franzen, Alyssa Battistoni, n+1, Richard M. Rorty, Gabriel Winant, Vladimir Nabokov, Brandy Jensen, Richard Seymour, Mark Costello

why/write (18)

Richard Seymour, Ursula K. Le Guin, Jonathan Franzen, Alexander Chee, Anne Lamott, Mary Karr, n+1, Vladimir Nabokov, n+1

Articles (32)

Super Position
by David Graeber - The New Inquiry

An interview with Thomas Piketty
LSE International Inequalities Institute Working Paper 1 - Medium

The Dangerous Myth of 'Taxpayer Money'
Raúl Carrillo & Jesse Myerson - Splinter

Citizen Thiel
by Guy Patrick Cunningham - Los Angeles Review of Books

Hurt People
by Bobby London - The New Inquiry

I miss you
by Shady Sands - Team Liquid

How to Say You Maybe Don’t Want to Be Married Anymore
Sarah Bregel takes a close look at her marriage after two kids, and wonders, how hard is too hard? - Longreads

Book chapters (243)

Project Runway
How to build a better failure. - Failure (Logic #5)

With Strings Attached
by Melisa Handl and Susan Spronk - Uneven and Combined

Been Down So Long It Looks Like Debt to Me
An American family’s struggle for student loan redemption - The Baffler No. 40 - Forced Exposure

The Century of Spin
In the formative days of public relations, elites imagined a “guided democracy” - The Baffler #44 - Truth Decay

The Museum of Failed Startups
The purest way to study startup as a culture is through failure. - Failure (Logic #5)

Books (69)