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Wet💦Markets & Bats🦇on the Cover? - Lyceum Bulletin by Martin Lindeskog - Issue #15

Lyceum Bulletin by Martin Lindeskog
Wet💦Markets & Bats🦇on the Cover? - Lyceum Bulletin by Martin Lindeskog - Issue #15
I wonder if a bat at a wet market will be on the cover of The Economist, someday in the future. As a subscriber, I receive a newsletter from Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor-in-Chief, on how they pick the image for the cover of the magazine. I am thinking of subscribing to its sister magazine, 1843.
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New Media
Talking about cover image, I have updated my Twitter profile with a new picture. Read about the history of the old photo. Thanks to Twitter expert, Lisa Sicard, for her nice comment! :)
Business Philosophy
I got an aha-moment, after reading the latest issue (“Maybe You Don’t Need Lots of Advice”) of Chris Brogan’s newsletter. The themes for his new book are: “the backpack, the pickup game, and the story.” By the way: It is nice to see that Chris has used Monochrome Pro as the WordPress theme for his site. I will use the same theme for my “last” site, TeaParty.Media.
Good Life
On March 29, I donated a symbolic amount of “dollars & cents” (and euros) to James Knights‘s live streaming show.
Thanks for tuning into my first live stream last night, for requesting songs and donating your $$$ 💋 It's much appreciated at this time! 😘
For those who missed it, here's a little sample! You can see the rest of the set if you visit my artist page!
Martin Lindeskog🗽🌐💎☕️🍵🙃 on Instagram: “@knights101: Thanks 🙏🏻 for the shout-out during your live streaming 🎶 show! 💵 Dollars & Cents is a special song! 😉Do you have Morgan silver…”
If you want to support my work and freedom of speech, please check out my page on Ko-fi, and my updated page on Patreon. You could also send me money via my page on PayPal. Thanks in advance!
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