Happy Saturday! Not much to share from the Interwebz this week. Dear Interwebz: step up your game next week, k?
Robert Osborne died this week. He was the fellow who used to introduce the old films on the Turner Classic Movies channel. He seemed an affable fellow, but apparently he was nothing short of beloved in Hollywood. I even heard Terry Gross say nice things about him on Fresh Air this week. Mike Evanier tells of the two times he encountered Osborne. Read About Robert Osborne
Ming Thien shares a nice series of photographs, of architecture and rooftops in Porto, Portugal. He captured some lovely color. Read Photoessay: Entropy from a distance in Porto
The secret to happiness, Jason Fried (writing for Signal v. Noise) says, is to not have expectations. Take life as it comes, and you won’t be disappointed. This is a very Stoic way of approaching life. Read Living without expectations
To round it out this week, here’s a photo. This is a detail on a bank building here in Indianapolis. Pentax K1000, 55mm f/1.8 SMC Pentax, Kodak Gold 400.
Last updated on 6 March 2020 by Jim Grey