It’s the unknown unknowns that get you, so you can’t really predict the future, because the future is like death — we haven’t really been there and come back.

Margaret Atwood talks to Science Friday about science, science fiction, and speculative storytelling.

Couple with Neil Gaiman on speculative storytelling and the importance of cautionary questions about the future, then revisit Atwood’s 10 rules of writing


Post-Match Interview | 27.08.2016

“They worked very hard in the first half and we struggled to play with much pace. In the second half we were much better, we pressed high up and created more chances. We deserved the win in the end”.

“I don’t know if it’s my best goal, although I had already scored against Celta. This was an important goal. I’m feeling good, it was the second match and we’ve played 90 tough minutes against a good opponent. It’s a good result and a positive sign for the team”. - Toni Kroos

My new music, what I’m most excited about is I kind of just had the mentality of, you know what, excuse my language but fuck it, I’m going to make the music that I really want to make. I’m going to say the things that I’m terrified to say in my music but that’s honest and the honesty in my new music is what I’m really proud about and the writing in it. I’ve done so much writing and you know, whether it’s poetry or lyrics or whateDever it is, I’m really proud of the work that I’ve accomplished.
—  Demi Lovato

A short interview with G-Eazy right before his concert in Warsaw, Poland.


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For me, the transition was a little bit easier because I didn’t have to do anything to break out of the Disney mould. It’s a lot easier when you just go to rehab. So, I kind of grew up really fast in the public eye in that way and so when it was time to release my music, I think people looked at me differently. I wanted to prove to people that I wasn’t just a stereotypical Hollywood starlet that goes to rehab and falls back into the trap of the things that got her there. I wanted to make sure that the music that I made was great and that I was passionate about the music that I put out and I sang my heart out and I also, like we said, I wanted to continue the message of using my platform for more things than just singing about heartbreak. That’s what music is for, is getting you through times, but also using it to inspire people.
—  Demi Lovato on making the transition from child stars to adult entertainers.

Idris Elba on the cover of Interview Magazine - August 2016 (X)

“Whatever its constituent parts-talent, sure; charisma, definitely—the combined quality Hollywood moguls and gossip columnists used to refer to as “it”-ness (as in, “So-and-so has it”) remains ineffable, mysterious, almost occult in its indescribableness. Whatever “it” is, Idris Elba has it in droves. Enough to fill a room, a movie, a long-running series, a planet probably.”