Things I liked this week synthetic paper, odd news, focus beats, walking, and more (1/22/21)
Things I liked this week evergreen notes, menacing Rube Goldberg devices, room tone, and more (jan.15.2021)
Newsletters “or, an enormous rant about writing on the web that doesn’t really go anywhere and that’s okay with me.”
The loss of creative people is complex. If we have nothing to do with a creator in person, then our grief is often more to do with the loss of potential future output—the books unwritten and songs unsung. But we are not our work. It is a part of us, but not the whole of us. Certainly no substitute for the love we give—or are unable to give—to our children. No shortcut to understanding our innermost selves, or what we meant to the people who loved us.
An introduction to object-oriented UX and how to do it This is how my brain works.
Things I liked this week story machine, TIL, known dude, winter books, monkey men, and more
Somethings I liked this week ghost kitchens, mystery seeds, reading highlights, memorable passwords, hockey on a mountain, and more
Somethings I like this week (since it’s Friday in the US).
space, vikings, quiet internet, tactical IA, vaccine fiction, optimism, —, and more: thingstoclick.substack.com/p/somethi…
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An evening walk, lots of crunchy leaves and some ghosts.
Saying goodbye to summer:
And hello to Fall (and spooky season):