What are we looking at this week?
Arbitrary Stupid Goal (book)
When Michael Beirut and Austin Kleon said this was one of their favorite reads of 2017, I figured I ought to give ASG a try. I'm glad I did. It was a delight.
I was intrigued by this book because it's about a future where people start to want more contact through physical touch, instead of through our devices. I found it both insightful and entertaining. It paired well with The Complacent Class by Tyler Cowen.
City of Gold (film)
Jonathan's life excites me. While not a food writer, I'm inspired to live a little more like him.
The Shape of Water (film)
I wasn't sure what to expect. I actually thought I wouldn't like it. I loved it. So did Meg.
A moment of silence, please (article)
Take a moment to give thanks for those who have helped you become who you are. That's just great.
Ronald Clyne (google search results)
Taking inspiration from these colorful, type-centric, album covers by Ronald Clyne
12 Ways You Could Be Getting More Out Of Your Local Library (article)
I'm lucky that the local library is a block away. Recently, I've been using it a lot more.
Random Oblique Strategies Online (website)
Brian Eno created a set of cars that stimulated creative ideas. There's an online version. Bowie created "Heroes" with the cards. What will we create?