A somewhat-monthly list of links to click while you lunch.
"Today’s artists have more power over their sales and their audience. They may not be starving. They're just burned out."
Setting a fixed price for something that is not intrinsically related to costs — like an optional contribution if someone likes what you're making — is illogical. Different people will attribute different amounts of value to the same piece of content, due to …
This comic was published over a decade ago and the Joe Biden comments are even funnier now. You could say they've aged like a fine wine.
Soundtrack for this issue:
"What would eat when you were born 170,000 years ago? ... Just imagine yourself if you're going to eat tonight in your naked butt without Nikes, without Kalashnikov. What are you going to eat? ... A buffalo? No way! ... We are not the ones to catch the buffal…
If you're feeling generous, you could help out a local friend make his family's new home accessible for his daughter with cerebral palsy.
Assuming you weren't the person who sent me this (I can't remember who did):a) It's good, but longb) I like his opinions (he flips a literal switch from "fact" to "opinion" and I chuckled)
In the words of Justin Jackson, Newsletters, blogs, podcasts: the classic internet is back in style.A mindful, slow pace. Less frenzy.Feels good.
Time for a music-themed list of links.
As Casey Neistat said in another context, "Beauty has value and I have my priorities."
In between building websites, producing various bits of "new media", and hogging baby-snuggle rights of my new daughter, I found some links for you to click.
A new shirt design, a new article, and some other new finds around this wonderful series of tubes.
I'm currently writing an article about various types of sports, so I'd love to know: what is your favourite sport to play, and to watch?
Reminder: buy this shirt.
Merry (almost) Christmas! Here's bit of stuff from the last six months, since it's been that long since the last email...
I really need to send these more often. Go follow me on Twitter if you're bored.
Originally, I had wanted to do a monthly digest email... now the year is nearly done and this is just number four. Maybe bi-monthly is a better goal.