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The Hess triangle

A friend of mine recently shared this Twitter thread with me. It is by Chaz Hutton. I didn’t know who Chaz was before I read the thread. But I now know that he draws things, sometimes for the New Yorker. Chaz’s Twitter thread covers the… Read More

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Am I being too subtle?

Billionaire Sam Zell has a (relatively) new book out called, Am I Being Too Subtle?: Straight Talk From a Business Rebel. I haven’t read it yet, but I’ve added it to my queue. I can, however, tell you that I always enjoyed listening to Zell… Read More

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70 years of LA

The New Yorker recently published an interesting split-screen video tour of the same streets in downtown LA in the 1940s and today.  They have done a great job pairing up the same views and also panning in such a way that the middle divider seems… Read More