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Yo, I hope you have had a good week. I ended up watching the Super Bowl because I just happened to be
February 6 · Issue #23 · View online
Tuesday TEA Time
I hope you have had a good week. I ended up watching the Super Bowl because I just happened to be in the USA and it was really the only thing on TV. It ended up being a really great game and so I’m glad I tuned in. Ever since moving to Europe I’ve almost completely oblivious to all sports related things, here and there. 

BlackRock’s Message: Contribute to Society, or Risk Losing Our Support - The New York Times
Tech, finance, and really the whole economy are so intertwined that I see this as being directly related to the future of tech and startups. In the future good business and good tech will == being good for us and for the planet.
The stop motion videos by Alexander Unger are absolutely stunning. I cannot believe he is part of the video himself… I don’t know how that is even possible.
GOING FISHING. A Stop motion Animation by Guldies - YouTube
Here are some tweets that I really wanted to share with you:
Joanna Robinson
Love these two paintings of the same event. On the left (painted by a man, Caravaggio) Judith is dainty almost squeamish. On the right (painted by a woman, Gentileschi) you can almost hear her sawing away. Those strong arms. He had it coming.
5:04 AM - 4 Feb 2018
Darran Anderson
Decorative floors (London, Barcelona, Paris & Cuba) as captured by Sebastian Erras ht @presentcorrect
3:07 PM - 4 Feb 2018
And then finally, here is one of my favorite posts by Austin Kleon. I really identify with this article. We just went past Groundhog Day and he re-linked to this on his twitter account and I really enjoyed re-reading it.
Want to be an artist? Watch Groundhog Day.
OK, I hope you found something interesting. Have a good rest of the week.

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