Issue No. 28: Why Americans Smile so Much, Toms Shoes Hacked by a Nice Man, 100-year Typography Mystery and More...

Worth reading:

  1. RESIST! How to Be an Activist in the Age of Defiance. I hesitated to include this book on the list because I'll happily admit I only bought it for the design direction. The content is not all that interesting but it serves as some nice design inspiration. 
  2. The Tiny Scottish Island Where Arguments Are Settled With Cheese and Whisky
  3. The Global Disinformation Order - 2019 Global Inventory of Organised Social Media Manipulation. Research paper by Oxford University (PDF download)
  4. Why Americans Smile So Much
  5. Colorful Japan - 226 posters at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 
  6. Toms Shoes hacked by nice man
  7. The Gorgeous Typeface That Drove Men Mad and Sparked a 100-Year Mystery
  8. Project Ö - A Self-Sustaining Cabin in the Finnish Archipelago
  9. 3,000 year old mummies discovered in Egypt
  10. Steel speaker by Jonas Majors

Worth watching:

  1. Why Iraq's great rivers are dying
  2. Corey Duffel - Downtown Lights
  3. A conversation with Elon Musk about Starship
  4. Felipe Nunes' "Welcome to Birdhouse" Part

Worth listening to: 

  1. Fontaines D.C. - Rocket To Russia
  2. SALES
  3. BODEGA - How did this happen?!

Resources:

  1. How anonymous is anonymous data collection? Take the quiz to see if 'anonymous' data could be traced back to you. 

Worth seeing:

  1. Schloss Heidelberg 

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