- A beautiful, broken America: what I learned on a 2,800-mile bus ride from Detroit to LA (Joanna Pocock, The Guardian)
- Shoes in the Middle Ages (Sandra Alvarez, Medievalists.net)
- The Wrath of Goodreads (Helen Lewis, The Atlantic)
My humble jumble of PHP code I call Mejiro celebrates its 10th anniversary today. As good an occasion as any to raise a glass and get all nostalgic. Cheers!
- I Watched Russian Television for Five Days Straight (Gary Shteyngart, The Atlantic)
- How Ukraine’s national dish became a symbol of Putin’s invasion (Anya von Bremzen, The Guardian)
- "We used to check every day, now it’s every minute": how we got addicted to weather apps (Hannah Marriott, The Guardian)
Usually, an article like the one you're about to read would go something like this. First, I'll establish my credentials by telling you how many articles and books about open-source photography I've written. Then I'll tell you how much I rely on open-source software in my photography workflow and how much I appreciate the tools I use. And then there will be the inevitable but segue.
- Ukraine and the meaning of home (Victoria Amelina, The Guardian)
- Lessons From the Catastrophic Failure of the Metaverse (Kate Wagner, The Nation)
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