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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.

💻 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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💻 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

💻 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

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

📷 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

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

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

📷 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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