I wrote my last final exam yesterday morning and the weight of the world feels like it has lifted off my shoulders. Christmas finally feels like it’s here.
Disappointingly, my week of heavy study was met with one of the best writing weeks I’ve seen yet. I often exclaim about how much great writing there is on a weekly basis, but this weeks feels like no other.
Grab some coffee, pour in some hazelnut sweetener, eat some peanuts, turn on the Christmas lights, and pull out your iPad: this Sunday Edition has loads of great stuff to read.
- “Shareholder Value” Isn’t What You Think It Is — (David Grace)
- Voluntourism: More Harm than Good — (The Collegian)
- Professional App Pricing — (MartianCraft)
- An Illustrated History of Mac OS X — (Git-Tower)
- Apple’s first employee: The remarkable odyssey of Bill Fernandez — (TechRepublic)
- Day One and the Journaling Habit — (The Spark Journal)
- A Trip to the Galapagos Islands — (The Atlantic)
- Twitter Clients in 2014: An Exploration of Tweetbot, Twitterrific, and Twitter for iOS — (MacStories)
- José Mujica, sobriety and the two-week test — (Analog Senses)
- Trove — A Brief Review — (Patrick Rhone)
- How To Be Nice — (Marc Hemeon)
- Doane Paper Small Utility Notebook — (Modern Stationer)
- Selling Condos With a Tap and a Swipe — (The New York Times)
- The pilots of Instagram: beautiful views from the cockpit, violating rules of the air — (Quartz)
Happy Sunday and all the best in the week ahead.