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Recommended reading

💻 The competition in razor blades is … cutthroat. The FTC is even blocking mergers among razor companies. Ben Thompson has a take on this fascinating story. Read Email Addresses and Razor Blades

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Kodak Duaflex II, Kodak Kodacolor II, 1982

💻 If you feel overwhelmed by the amount of input the world is dumping on you, Seth Godin advises you to narrow your focus. Read Overwhelmed is a choice

💻 Paul Niedermeyer found a near-mint 1977 VW Beetle parked in a driveway. That was the last year for the Beetle in the US. It led him to write a little about this little car’s history. Read Curbside Classic: 1977 VW Beetle — The Fuel-Injected End of the Road for the Beetle

📷 Have you ever thought about making photography your vocation? Dave Jenkins did it and he advises you to think twice. Read A Life in Photography: Don’t Quit Your Day Job

📷 Alex Luyckx reviews Kodak HC-110, a black-and-white film developer that makes black-and-white film look like it’s supposed to. Read Developer Review Blog No. 02 — Kodak HC-110

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10 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. Jon says:

    Same here, I always find the selections interesting. The razor story was particularly interesting. I got so fed up with ridiculous razor prices I went back to shaving the way my great grandfather did, with straight and double edge razors. A fascinating hobby, better shaves, and much more affordable.

  2. Ric says:

    Interesting article on shaving. I’ve been wet shaving with my brush and mug since my teens and recently got a shock while replenishing my supply of Williams soap pucks. They are no longer available, locally and the other much higher priced soap in its own one time use container is on the way out too. I wonder what new even higher priced soap will be stocked? If any is at all.

  3. I’ve been buying my Williams Shaving Soap from Amazon for the last two or three years since it vanished from local drugstores. But thanks for the tip, Jon — I’m about out and will try T.J.Maxx or Marshalls.

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