Welcome, Roadies, to another Saturday roundup of Good Blog Posts™.
Aaron Renn cites L.L. Bean’s cancellation of its forever guarantee as evidence that American society is becoming low trust. He asks us to keep an eye on it, because America was formerly a high-trust society and that was key to our success. Read The Rise of the Low Trust Society
Where Heide lives, it’s been one mighty snowy winter. She shares some really great photographs of her environment, and tells some stories of the weather and the people. Read ‘Snow problem
Chevrolet’s Chevette was out of date upon its 1976 introduction, but somehow it kept finding buyers for a whopping 11 years. Writing for Curbside Classic, Eric703 tells its fascinating story — including how it was made all over the world, essentially making it the first “world car” sold in the US. Read Curbside Classic: 1977 Chevrolet Chevette — An Econobox for Garden-Variety Americans
On Monday I’ll share a post with some photos I made with my iPhone at a concert. Nick Gerlich writes about how more bands and venues are banning phones at shows, and why. Read Enjoy The Show
This week’s camera reviews and experience reports: