On Being a Photographer, by David Hurn – reread this. I needed a good reminder.
The Cold Vanish, by Jon Billman – the author writes with a lot of heart and genuine care about the missing and their families. This book has forever changed the way I see missing person stories.
Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now, by Jaron Lanier – Well-written and well-researched. I haven’t made any concrete decisions but I do know that I want to reduce my presence, and time spent, on social media in the near future.
Star Trek: Enterprise – completed the series rewatch after a long few months. This is my least favorite of the franchise spinoffs. It wasn’t all bad; there were a few good moments and episodes. Season 4 was, as most say, definitely better than the previous three.
Yellowstone – caught up on all three seasons. I like a modern western so, generally, I liked this.
Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) – Nostalgia can only go so far. It cannot replace plot and character arcs.
Black Panther (2018) – RIP Mr. Boseman.
The Social Dilemma(2020) – I think it’s important that we become more aware, and that social media companies become more transparent, in what these platforms do and how.
This week’s rotation included Crimson Apple, Caro Emerald, Japanese Breakfast, and Ana Tijoux.
[Single]“NO news on TV” by Noga Erez – sheltering at home? This is a good track for that.
[Podcast] Frontyard Politics– I love listening to the stories around urban farming and their juxtapositions (as both metaphors and actuals) with our culture and society.