I’m trying something new today: a Saturday-morning roundup of a handful of blog posts that I read this week that I thought might interest you too. I’ll try this for a few weeks and see how it goes. If you click through, I’ll keep doing it.
Bastille Day was this week, and Heather Munro reflected on what really caused the French Revolution: fear. Read: Want a revolution? Be afraid. Be very afraid.
As a confirmed realist, which is a nice way of saying pessimist, I need to take to heart Moni Smith’s message about recognizing the good in life. Read: We are swimming in a sea of goodness
Mike Connealy shot cars and planes on black-and-white film with his Olympus XA, which misbehaved a little but still delivered the goods. Read: A couple cars and a diagnosis
Tech blog TechCrunch told technology leaders who feel overwhelmed and under-competent that they probably aren’t applying enough pressure. Read: Do You Feel Pressure or Do You Apply Pressure?
Last updated on 5 March 2020 by Jim Grey