💻 The Oscars are tomorrow. Did you even know? I didn’t, until I read TV writer and director Ken Levine‘s post in which he basically declares the Oscars dead. Read Are the Oscars dead?
💻 Obesity, cryptocurrencies, and lonely young men: three emerging internal threats to the United States. So posits Scott Galloway in a compelling read. Read Threats
💻 Ben Cotton tells a sad story about the time when he was small that his family’s house burned down — and how The Monkees got him through it. Read Cursed house: The Monkees
💻 I’m a total nerd for television history. Bobby Ellerbee unearthed a newsreel film of the first broadcast of the NBC television network — on July 7, 1936! Read NBC First Television Broadcast…July 7, 1936
📷 The light-meter app on my phone is both convenient (as it is always in my pocket) and a pain to use. I think often about buying a dedicated light meter, a good one. Dante Stella shares a compact but comprehensive look at light meters with advice on how to choose one. Read I think I see the light (meter): how to buy one
📷 We’re living in a golden era of analog photography, posits Kenneth Wajda. He makes a compelling argument! Read Golden Age of Analog Photography
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