My Instapaper queue was brimming this week with amazing work. There are some videos, some Flickr grids, some how-tos, some reviews, and even some political and financial reads you may find enjoyable.
On another note, I had a cup of Van Houtte Colombian Medium coffee with a dash of hazelnut sweetener while compiling this edition. I brewed it in a Keurig machine with a K-Cup refillable filter so I didn’t hurt the environment too much. I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it and I am not yet convinced I need to brew my coffee in a special way or use special beans to drink something magical.
I’d love to be proven wrong though.
- The New York Times Had a Mistake on Its Front Page Every Day for More Than a Century — (The Atlantic)
- Meet the most interesting Canadian: From fighting Nazis to chaperoning the Queen, he’s done it all — (National Post)
- The Power of a Focused Life — Living without regret in the Age of Distraction — (Shawn Blanc)
- Why You Should Carry A Notebook — (Everyday Carry)
- Why We Fight — ( The Players’ Tribune)
- Riding Light — (Alphonse Swinehart)
- Nikon FE – A Camera Review — (Erin Brooks)
- Don’t Even Try to Pick the Perfect Baby Name — (The Cut)
- At Amazon, It’s All About Cash Flow — (HBR)
- Life in a Bubble — (Kelly Images and Photography)
- Designing While Traveling — (Anand Sharma)
- Publishing a Day One Journal as a Book — (Donnie Ray Jones)
- My Note Book Workflow — (Alt. Haven)
- Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II Review — (Robin Wong)
- The Town Where Everyone Got Free Money — (Motherboard)
- Redesign Challenge (4/52): Tweetbot for Mac — (Evan Dinsmore)
- Rocket Journal: My (More Robust) Bullet Journal — (Chelsey Dagger)
- Logic Behind Apple Raising Debt Despite Holding $178 Billion in Cash — (Above Avalon)
- A Geek’s Introduction to Whisky: The Balvenie DoubleWood Aged 12 Years — (Analog Senses)
- Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science? — (National Geographic Magazine)