What We Read This Week

Still getting emails from that birthday reminder site you signed up for forever ago? Here’s a directory of account deletion pages for (just about) every webservice out there. Just Delete Me

GQ UK sits down with moderators of Reddit’s Male Fashion Advice subreddit. GQ UK: MFA IRL: how Reddit became the internet’s most unlikely style resource

A useless, self-righteous start-up grows in Brooklyn. Brooklyn Brooklyn Company Company

Cow tipping is bullshit. Modern Farmer: Cow Tipping: Fake or Really Fake?

My friend (and one of my all time favorite bloggers) Jamie Apostolou, paid a visit to the old Piaggio factory. The Standard Edition: Museo Piaggio

Kenneth Cole should probably just quit the internet. Gawker: Kenneth Cole Volunteers to Die in Syria

My birthday’s next Friday, and if anyone is still looking to get me a gift, these Engineered Garment Vans are a good place to start. GQ: Vault by Vans x Engineered Garments Make It Cool to Not Match

Here’s a conversation with textile weaver/designer Jack Lenor Larsen. Dwell: Q&A with Textile Designer Jack Lenor Larsen

This reminds me of that Brandon Fraser movie from the ‘90s. Messy Nessy Chic: The 1970s Cold War Era Home built 26 Feet Underground

Forests and wildlife are returning to New England, after years of slow but steady regrowth. Boston Globe: These woods are lovely, dark, and back

Cold Splinters and Aquariam Drunkard created a fantastic mix tape. “40 minutes as the summer burns off into fall. Play it at night with the windows down….” Cold Splinters: Trail Mix Vol. XV

Planning the annual autumn trip to the homeland and hoping to stop for a night at Burlington’s new Hotel Vermont. N’East Style: Hotel Vermont