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From the blogs I follow, these posts were my favorites this week:

Ben Dinger, writing for Curbside Classic, tells the story of his first car, a big old Ford. He purchased it as a teen and it transformed his relationship with his dad. Read Cars of a Lifetime: 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 Fastback – The Legend Lives On

He used to make Saturday-morning television cartoons. And now Mark Evanier tells why the big networks don’t air them anymore. It has to do as much with merchandising as with YouTube. Read Saturday Morning Cartoons, R.I.P.

I’ve been following Mike Connealy’s experiments with processing color film at home. I think his most recent roll yielded the best color yet. Read Mixing Color

Rodney Bliss writes about the importance of stories and how they tie people together, tie us to the past, and tie us to the stars. Read The Stories of Our Lives


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