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Recommended reading

While we wait for July to get here, enjoy the most interesting reads I found around the Internet this week.

πŸ’» Can you imagine driving a 1950 Cadillac every day? Paul Niedermeyer found one that gets daily duty, and tells its story. Read Curbside Classic: 1950 Cadillac Series 61 Coupe – The Ultimate Curbside Classic

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πŸ’» Have you heard about Facebook’s play in cryptocurrency, called Libra? Jeff Minch breaks it down for you — why it’s not a good thing, and why it’s not going to go as planned. Read Facebank and Libra

πŸ’» Have you ever wondered what it’s like to drive a modern Corvette? Tom Halter rented one and files a full report for Curbside Classic. The verdict: like a puppy that always wants to play. Read Rental Car Review: 2017 Chevrolet Corvette — Stranger in a Strange Land

πŸ’» Seth Godin reminds us that debt is slavery, especially credit-card and car-loan debt. Read The tyranny of small debts, compounded

πŸ“· Have you ever seen a solar-powered film camera? Canon made one, the Sure Shot del Sol, and Mike Eckman gives one his usual thorough treatment. Read Canon Sure Shot del Sol

πŸ“· Charlotte Davis did some lovely work on Kodak T-Max P3200. Read A love letter to Kodak T-Max P3200

πŸ“· Peggy Anne got some great shots from an old Konica S II on Acros. Read Konica S II

πŸ“· This is a long Recommended Reading, but there were a lot of great posts this week. Jeb Inge, writing for Casual Photophile, goes home again — to where he grew up in Pennsylvania, using the camera and film of his youth: a Nikon N65 and Kodak Gold 200. Read Searching for Heimat with Kodak Film and a Nikon N60

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