Even though I write mostly about things that interest me (photography, old roads), I read blogs about a whole bunch of topics. So you never know what will show up in my weekly blog roundup.
Mike Connealy shares some black-and-white photos he made of some greyhounds, and tells the fascinating history of the breed. Dogs were carefully selected to breed out needless aggression, making them both great companions but also keen hunters. Read Greyhounds
I wrote yesterday about the right to photograph people on the street. Robin Wong, writing on Ming Thien’s site, echoes my practice of not aggressively asserting the right to photograph people in public spaces. He also shares other thoughts about street photography. Read Robin’s less obvious street photography tips
You hear about high-flying tech startups like Uber and how much they’d be worth if they sold or went public. Venture capitalist Fred Wilson wishes everybody would look deeper, because valuation is form over substance. Read The Valuation Obsession
David Tate says that if your definition of “good work ethic” is “I’ll work myself to death,” you need to change your definition. Read A New Definition of Work Ethic
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