Newsletter Sneak Peek

Some newsletters are just an essay, some are an actual letter and some collect and "curate" links. Mine is a mixture I'm constantly experimenting with and some of what's in it doesn't appear on this blog. This is a list of links from last week's newsletter that didn't appear here. If you like the little extras, please subscribe to the newsletter. Thanks!

Play Anything: The Pleasure of Limits, the Uses of Boredom, and the Secret of Games is a new book that appears to be right up our alley. Constraints are good.

To support my article about how Presidents manage their tasks, Yahoo! News posted a mock up of what President Obama's daily schedule looks like. I've seen mockups of past Presidential schedules in movies that are more elegant. I'll choose to believe Hollywood.

Garrick Van Buren posted a follow-up to my time management article titled Where Does the Time Go?.

David Heinemeier Hansson writes about the new Leica camera everyone loves to make fun of and agrees with us in Give Me Less, I'll Pay More. Constraints are good.

David DuChemin has decided to retire PHOTOGRAPH magazine and concentrate on the Craft & Vision blog. The blog is still the hub of all online publishing. Everyone comes back to the blog. I'm looking forward to being a regular reader.

How do you judge a photobook? Regular judge of photobooks, Jörg M. Colberg, has a system.