Issue No. 4: Anti-anti-communism, The Last Whalers, Israel's Rule on Cyber Security and more...

I've just arrived home (in Canada) after traveling to Tokyo in Japan and then Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in Australia. Here's some new links for you. 

Worth reading:

  1. The Road to Wigan Pier by George Orwell. I've nearly finished reading this one and it's one of my favourite Orwell books yet. 
  2. The Last Whalers
  3. The Crazy Stories Behind 6 Of The World’s Rarest Colors
  4. Anti-anti-communism
  5. A Tour Of Tokyo’s Ghostly, Post-War Housing Blocks
  6. Netflix unveils Netflix Sans a custom typeface developed with Dalton Maag
  7. Facebook: is it time we all deleted our accounts? 
  8. Vue de l'asile et de la Chapelle de Saint-Rémy by Vincent van Gogh expected to sell for over $35 million USD
  9. How the In-home Coffee Maker Emancipated Women in the ’30s

Worth listening to:

  1. Seán McGowan covers Spancil Hill
  2. Frank Turner - Blackout 
  3. The National - Day I Die

Worth watching: 

  1. How Israel Rules The World Of Cyber Security
  2. How Formation Flying Works (feat. the Red Arrows)
  3. Singapore Airlines $24,000 First-Class Suite

Worth seeing:

  1. The Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. 

What I've been working on:

  1. A new logo design which I'll share in the coming days. 


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