Way back when, I compiled a list of interesting reads to fill everybody’s early Sunday morning or early Sunday afternoon. The Sunday Edition was sort of unique and quickly became The Newsprint’s most-read weekly post. I even tried to grow it and create the Wednesday Edition as well, but that petered off pretty quickly. I’m a bit non-committal to my blog, it seems.
Over time, creating a list of links became boring, tedious, and time-consuming, so the Sunday Edition eventually went by the way side as well. Bu now, between having too many links to share during the week and having a little extra time, I’m going to try to revive the Sunday Edition. “Try” is the key word there.
So, here we go. I’m going to shoot for 10 links each week. Maybe more, maybe less. I’ll shoot to compile a range of photographs and tech, design, productivity, product, and financial writing. Knowing me, it could get political occasionally (Canadian politics, of course).
As Chris Gonzales states in the weekly Tools & Toys “Quality Linkage”:
Brew a fresh cup of coffee, find a comfortable place, and relax.
- This Is How Apple Prepares For iPhone Day — Buzzfeed
- Want to Be Happy? Buy More Takeout and Hire a Maid, Study Suggests — The New York Times
- Take a Break From Life With These 11 Amazing Extended Vacations — Bloomberg
- How to travel around the world in a year — Alex McCaw
- Your House Isn’t An Investment. Stop Treating It As One. — Financial Uproar
- How to Avoid Decision Fatigue by Setting Default Habits — Jeremey Duvall
- 5 Mental Biases That Cause Poor Decisions — Zat Rana
- Bain Du Mesle, Haiti — Caleb George
- My Desk — Matt Gemmell
- MOD LAPTOP 3 — This is Ground
Happy Sunday. Here’s to a great week ahead.