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Recommended reading

On Saturday this blog pauses to consider good posts other bloggers wrote in the last seven days.

Nicholas Middleton put the new Ferrania P30 Alpha black-and-white film through extensive exposure and processing tests. Read Ferrania P30 Alpha

The fabulous Berlin Typography blog considers the letterforms at the various stops of the U7 subway line, which at the time it was completed was the longest in the city. Extensive photography shows some intricate tile work at some of the stops. Read The Many Faces of the U7

Aaron Renn considers the decline of the classic American diner, and what it says about the fragmenting and segmenting of American culture. Read Diners and the Decline of Shared Social Institutions

I see so many rabbits in my neighborhood this year! More than ever. I see them at all hours of the day, but Jennifer Bowman notices how where she lives they are out only for a particular 90-minute period every day. Read Bunny Hour

I love radio stories. Ken Levine tells one with a moral, and it applies to those of us who create content online: do it for your readers, not for yourself or your cohort. Read A show I once loved that didn’t hold up

Jim Cavanaugh has always had to buy health insurance privately. He tells how bad things got before Obamacare, how things got a lot better at first on Obamacare, but how things are about as bad now as before Obamacare. Read Health Insurance: A Report From The Trenches

Here are this week’s film-camera reviews and experience reports:

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8 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. Your recommended reading lists are always enlightening, entertaining and insightful. I consider them continuing education classes in the school of life. Thanks!

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