Elsewhere, I like the illustrative style of Malika Favre, a French illustrator in London.
The introductory video on Malika’s about page is a nice touch, too (below).
Mike Dempsey says how I feel (to a certain extent) about branded clothing.
“No mater how discreet the logos are, be they Ralph Lauren’s Polo player or Fred Perry’s laurel, I don’t want them.”
Yours insincerely. How do you end your emails? Kind regards? “You might as well just write, ‘Whatever’.” Some wordy thoughts from Alan over at The Writer.
John at Social Design Notes shared an interesting snippet about social media censorship in China.
“Contrary to previous understandings, posts with negative, even vitriolic, criticism of the state, its leaders, and its policies are not more likely to be censored. Instead, we show that the censorship program is aimed at curtailing collection action by silencing comments that represent, reinforce, or spur social mobilization, regardless of content.”
And here are some of George Tannenbaum’s thoughts on the Olympics.
“Not all work can run a 9.58. Some work runs a 9.92. That doesn’t mean it sucks.”
Previously: From the reader #11