Here’s some things worth reading this week:
Are the 2010s like the 1930s? (The Guardian)
I’m intrigued reading about the Depression, because most first-world living people don’t have a real concept for a world with that kind of scarcity.
The world’s worst flavor was designed in a lab by accident (Tedium)
Apparently Bitrex is everywhere and we don’t even realize it.
Earth In A Suitcase (538)
What would space colonists need to take with them on a trip away from Earth?
Sex, Husbandry and the Infinite Scroll (Design Week Portland)
A piece about real life and navigating spaces in a social media dominant world.
Why do we work so hard? (1843)
Reading: The Art of the Restaurateur (Nicholas Lander)
Listening: Quilt – Plaza (LP, 2016)
Luminous, unfiltered, haunting psych-folk that teeters among three dangerously creative mind