Just open that pretzel stand💎 Issue #43
Plus: advice from loving couples and the ultimate photo of the Milky Way.
What’s up? 🔝
Here’s the best stuff I found on the Internet this week.
New to me 💡
25 Pieces of Marriage Advice All Loving Couples Follow | 9 min read
Notice the twist on the title. This is not about the things that couples do to make a successful, or even “forever”, marriage as we normally see in similar titled articles. Loving couples do these for each other, and everything else is just a bonus. There are little things like “Do Date Night”, and big things like “Have a Common Vision of the Future”, some focused on immediate gratification, some that will only pay dividends in the future. All the most important things with the most important person.
Less-obvious Advice on How to Build an Audience (Threadreader) | 7 min read
The Internet gives everyone a stage, but not everyone will have people watching their show. If you have a place on the internet where you broadcast stuff this is for you.
The Voice of Resistance | 2 min read
The Daily Coach is one of my oldest newsletter subscriptions and this issue is too good to pass. There’s a story of a 10-year-old Guy Fieri doing something that we probably wouldn’t have the guts to do at 35. You know, following a dream.
Milky Way, 12 years, 1250 hours of exposures and 125 x 22 degrees of sky | 1 min read
The Universe has a unsurprising amount of detail:
And yet this is just a closeup of a closeup.
Please help me grow this newsletter! I’d love if you shared it with your more curious friends.
A most inconvenient tweet 📰
This app I found 🔗
Six Degrees of Wikipedia | What’s the minimum number of clicks that will take you from one Wikipedia page to another? From Guy Fieri’s wiki page to the Milky Way’s? 3 clicks.
This week in a gif 🐱💻
High note ⚡
Last issue most clicked link was 'Hovering ship' photographed off Cornish coast by walker.
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