Recommended reading

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💻 Do you listen to Joe Rogan’s podcast? Did you hear the one with conspiracy-theorist Alex Jones? Daniel Miessler calls it a model for how we can talk about ideas we don’t agree with or that we find to be suspicious. Read Joe Rogan vs. Alex Jones

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💻 N. S. Palmer reminds us that other people on the Internet are as real as you are. Remembering that is how we can all make our online interactions more pleasant. Read Why Are People So Mean on the Internet?

📷 Alex Luyckx reviews Film Washi D, an extra-contrasty black-and-white film. Read Film Review Blog No. 65 – Film Washi Type “Z”

📷 I’ve always wanted to try the Olympus Pen F, a half-frame 35mm SLR — that is, it makes 72 images on a 36-exposure roll of film. Mike Eckman tells the history of half-frame cameras at Olympus, and reviews this camera. Read Olympus Pen F (1963)

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2 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. DougD Avatar

    Fun stuff this week Jim. The mean internet one reminded me of what my brother the pastor told me about counselling: The presenting issue is not the real issue.
    I actually never heard of Alex Jones until a few weeks ago, can’t believe anyone listens to that. People with a good point don’t need to resort to that delivery style.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Thanks Doug! I’m happy you enjoyed it. I’m saddened that so many people were Alex Jones disciples.

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