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Any given Sunday


Any Given Sunday

September 16 · Issue #10 · View online

A sporadic letter of listening, reading, and watching suggestions.

Hi. I hope you’re enjoying your weekend. 
Below are a variety of things that crossed my path over the last couple of weeks brought to you from Schloss Krickenbeck, Germany.
Digital Humanism. Sam Harris in conversation with VR godfather and author Jaron Lanier
Listen: 1h
When Greeks Flew Kites.  A monthly podcast. Sarah Dunant delves into the past for alternative stories to help frame today’s anxieties.
Listen: 30 mins.
The future of work. In the near future jobs will be scarce, inequality will be higher and we’ll earn less. Brilliant.
Read: 10 mins
Bleak. Whether you’re an Uber driver or a YouTube star, your boss is an Ai and (s)he’s probably not the most empathetic in the world.
Read: 5 mins
On Chesil Beach. A brilliant adaptation of Ian McEwans novel. A tragedy of love gone wrong.
Watch: 1h 30 mins
Dinner for few. Not a light short. But An allegorical depiction of our society - during dinner, “the system” feeds the few who foolishly consume all the resources while the rest survive on scraps.
Watch: 10 mins
Dialogues. One of my favourite artists in conversation with actor Russell Tovey. Rose Wylie c/o David Zwirner.
Listen: 30mins
That’s it. Any suggestions, as always, please email me.

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