This is rather lovely, too. Classic on the outside, modern on the inside: John Pawson designs his own Home Farm in the Cotswolds
This is an excellent set of suggestion of how to write a better newsletter.
Good Lord, this is a lovely house: Forest house of stone and glass is reflected back in water
Lovely hagstone find on the beach just now.
Hagstones - the sea’s beautiful gift for the mindful.
What the actual f***?: Well-heeled climate deniers are buying Youtube ads on major brands’ videos
Sometimes, it almost feels like humanity deserves to burn.
I’m not a great one for making too much of New Year, but it is a great marker for doing some analysis. I’ve just been going through the analytics for the digital futures site I write for, and the posts that caught people’s imagination are fascinating.
Brighton, from Shoreham Beach.
Quite a day, down on the beach…
My old employer — RBI — has all but completed its exit from journalism. Its answer to the problem of making online journalism pay?
Guess how this ended…
The house in the woods.
Oh, Lord. I just tried to swipe to scroll a print magazine. 🤦🏼♂️
I’m pleased with this for 49p.
I feel seen:
What’s the best thing you’ve read online this week?
Lies, damn lies and Facebook metrics. The network’s inflated video views killed College Humour, claims laid off staffer.
Vimeo appears to have a new social video creation tool in beta: vimeo.com/create
Just occasionally, bad things happen to bad people in an amusing enough manner to give you faith in the goodness of the universe: British Nazi set self on fire trying to burn down synagogue
OK. This is… quite a story: The strange case of Paul Zimmer, the influencer who came back as a different person
Newsletters are a particularly brutal medium. You put in the work, craft something you are proud of - and often the first feedback you get is someone unsubscribing. Nothing wrong with them doing that, of course, but it’s almost perfect for shaking your confidence…