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💻 Nick Gerlich looks at how the pandemic has changed our behavior in ways that aren’t great for the environment. Read Driven To Change

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Pentax K10D, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 SMC Pentax-DA AL, 2020.

💻 Ann Althouse photographed the sunrise near her Madison, Wisconsin, home every day for a year. She’s categorized those sunrises into ten types, with examples. Read Today marks the 1-year anniversary of the sunrise run

💻 Remember the Apple II computer? Remember that you could type in uppercase letters only on it? Steve Wozniak himself tells the cash-strapped reason why. Read Why the Apple II Didn’t Support Lowercase Letters

📷 Imperial cameras were funky, and they were made in Chicago. Alyssa Chiarello looks at one from the 60s that takes 127 film. Read Imperial Satellite 127

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5 thoughts on “Recommended reading

  1. -N- says:

    I always look forward to your Saturday’s post of “Recommended Reading”! Better than the Funday Sunnies if you ask me.

      • -N- says:

        I’m glad to hear it is so popular! What makes it so good is that you include photography stuff along with some thoughtful social stuff. It makes for a good combination.

  2. tbm3fan says:

    I like the term broiler but I’ll use it for a sunset. Since there are massive mountains to the east of wherever I have lived in California I don’t get to see a sunrise over a flat landscape. However, I have always been able to view the Pacific Ocean to the west for sunsets and took many a picture of them over San Diego and San Francisco. One sunset, a very intense broiler, appeared over San Diego back in September 1972 while living in a dorm at SDSU. I have a few Kodachromes trying to catch it because it extended from the horizon to over my head and then beyond. Rolling clouds from yellow to purple. I have never seen such an intense one like that since.

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