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Any given Sunday - Issue #3

Hey. I hope you’re enjoying your weekend. Here's what we've been discussing over the lunchroom table

Any Given Sunday

May 6 · Issue #3 · View online
A sporadic letter of listening, reading, and watching suggestions.

Hey. I hope you’re enjoying your weekend.
Here’s what we’ve been discussing over the lunchroom table this week.

The New York Times has added audio to its long form pieces. (is this the future of journalism/podcasts?) This piece is a fascinating look at Hitlers influences, which appear to start right here in the US.
Listen: 40mins

WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum resigns, Cambridge Analytica closes down and finally we agree that Zuck isn’t a journalist.
Read: 4 mins
When WeTransfer is compared to apple we never grumble. It’s a huge compliment. Here’s why.
Read: 3 mins
I love this book about modern marriage, the long-term and  the wisdom after the storm. A book for anyone considering getting married.
Read: 131 pages
There is an increasing amount of cash in circulation. Except in Sweden which will be cashless in 5 years. 
Read: 5 mins
Since Clive Owen was Chancer I’ve been a fan. This Netflix film is Mr.Robot x Black Mirror with Clive Owen. Bam! Anon.
Watch: 1h 40 mins
I love this concept. Silent worship. Surrounded by wood, listening to wood burn. Simple. How things just should be sometimes.
Watch: 5 mins
Privacy is a hot topic right now. (Duh, tell me something I don’t know, right?) If you’re worried your cleaner is onto you Edward Snowden built an app called Haven. All you need is an old android ‘burner’ and you’re secure. As is your home.
Not because we’re paranoid but because we can. We launched our own ISP in LA. If you’re in the Venice area we’ve got net neutral internet for you! (makes me feel a little Mad Max)
At one point I aspired to be cryogenically frozen. Since talking to the amazing team at Fathomers. I’ve decided, like architect Barragán, I want to be turned into a diamond. You can too.
Read: 4 mins
Mr.Wash. Sentenced to life in prison for a minor drug offence, Fulton Leroy Washington turned to painting as a means of expressing himself during his 21 years behind bars. Then, thanks to Barack Obama, he was free.
Watch: 17 mins
A final thought for the weekend. What if Instagram, Twitter and Facebook lost the 'like’ button? 👍👎
That’s it. I’m off to listen to burning wood.
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