In the immortal words of Popeye the Sailor Man: I yam what I yam and 1
I'm signing off Twitter for a while. Book to finish, etc. See you when it's done in a year or so. It has been fun, even when it hasn't. Bye.
Thanks for all yr loved books. My fav answer: @RichardDawkins choosing Dr Dolittle. Least: well, I'm no Ayn Rand fan, but to each his own.
Sunday thought. The books we love change the way we see the world. For me it all began with Alice in Wonderland. What books changed you?
So tedious to find my timeline full of Imran Khan again. Stop talking about me, Imran. People will say you're in love.
"Courage ...not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it." The world gives thanks for a life of courage. http://t.co/175B95XR3Y
The courage, clarity, truth-telling and dignity of @Nigella_Lawson are in stark contrast to Saatchi's mendacious bullying. Good riddance!
This interactive video of "Like a Rolling Stone" is pretty wonderful. Try it out. http://t.co/U6vHqYv0po
Doris Lessing, gone at 94. Remembering her warmth, her sharp mind, her ferocity. To re-read: The Making of the Representative for Planet 8.
Dear @Uber_NYC, your cynical rip-off "surge pricing" (i.e. doubling the price because you feel like it) is making you... not worth using.
Laurie Anderson writes about Lou Reed's last days. http://t.co/ifsOj8QLId
My friend Lou Reed came to the end of his song. So very sad.But hey, Lou, you'll always take a walk on the wild side. Always a perfect day.