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Some weeks the Internet barely coughs up anything worth sharing. Other weeks I can hardly keep up with all the good stuff. This week was more like the latter than the former.

๐Ÿ’ป Jeff Bezos and his wife deciding to divorce was big news last week. Penelope Trunk asks us to consider how wife MacKenzie is actually the richest woman in the world, and that husband Jeff will get only a portion of her wealth in the divorce. Read Will Jeff Bezos Get Half of MacKenzie Bezos’s Fortune in the Divorce?

Nikon F2AS, 50mm f/2 AI Nikkor, Agfa APX 100 (x-7/98), 2018.

๐Ÿ’ป If you’re in management in your organization, it is up to you to set and enforce norms, that is, what behaviors and outcomes are and are not acceptable. Dave Kellogg says it’s more important than setting and achieving your quarterly goals, because it sets the standard in your office. Read Not In My Kitchen, You Don’t: Leaders as Norm Setters

๐Ÿ’ป Tutankhamun was arguably the most famous Egyptian king — but his successor set out to erase him from history. M. B. Henry tells King Tut’s story crisply and compellingly. Read What’s In a Name? Ask King Tut

๐Ÿ“ท Stephen Dowling with excellent, comprehensive advice about how to travel with film. Do check this one out. Read How to travel with film


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