How could it possibly be August already?!!? Here are the best blog posts I read as we transitioned into the month of dog days.
Seth Godin encourages us, whatever side we are on, to acknowledge when we are wrong. Because every side is sometimes wrong. Read My side, right or wrong
I’m deeply attached to my home, which went on the market yesterday. After I sell it, I will not want to drive through this neighborhood again, perhaps for many years, because it will break my heart if the next owner doesn’t care for it properly. So I totally get Jennifer Bowman‘s attachment to a few homes of her life. She about the homes that meant the most to her and why it’s hard for her, too, to drive by them now. Read Home(s)
I’ve been fascinated with gas-station architecture for years. It’s interesting to see how the changing auto culture led to changes in what gas stations looked like! Writing for Curbside Classic, Ex Eugeniac (a pseudonym) shows how stations evolved in Los Angeles. Read Service Station Classics: The Innovative Auto Salons of Early Los Angeles
Josh Solomon reviews Kodak Double-X 5222, a 35mm cinema film that you can shoot in a still camera. I’ve shot it and liked it, and so did Josh — but he gives a good report of its limitations. Read Eastman Kodak Double-X (5222), A Cinematic Black and White Film
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