More and more of these weekly roundup posts are hitting the web, meaning each day of your weekend should be covered with a plethora of great reads.
I’m going to add to the pile.
From student loans, to FIFA’s auditors, to the moon, to writing and building an audience, there should be something for everyone this week.
- Water: the weirdest liquid on the planet — (The Guardian) via Tools & Toys
- Why I Defaulted on My Student Loans — (The New York Times) via J.D. Bentley
- Small Sensor, Fat Lens — (bmupix)
- Seven days offline makes one weak — (Daniel Gray)
- The Web of Alexandria and a Follow-up — (Worry Dream) via Tools & Toys
- The Apple Watch — (The Brooks Review)
- Incredible time-lapse video of huge thunderstorm in South Dakota — (The Independent)
- Alone with AmazonFresh in the city — (The Verge)
- The ‘Water Witch’ Of The West — (Digg)
- How the Cash Flows in Spotify Streams — (The Wall Street Journal)
- Corruption in FIFA? Its Auditors Saw None — (The New York Times)
- 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest — (The Atlantic)
- The moon through a 61cm reflector — (Dave Wier)
- My Website is 20 Years Old Today. — (Zeldman.com)
- Building an audience — (Matt Gemmell)
- Review: Fujifilm Fujinon XF 16mm f/1.4 R WR — (Admiring Light)
- What Twitter Can Be. — (Lowercase Capital)
- The Cost of a $15 Minimum Wage — (J.D. Bentley)
- The Power of the Screenshot — (M.G. Siegler)
- MM Select - Summer 2015 — (Minimally Minimal)