1. I just learned about the Japanese concept of “fuubutsushi” (via Austin Kleon’s newsletter, excerpt here from an album review):
Seasons change in the mind and the body before they change in the world…The Japanese word “fuubutsushi” refers to this gap, capturing the feeling of longing for a new season at the first signs of its emergence. After months of life looking like one thing, fuubutsushi marks the moment when you believe it may begin to look like something else.
2. This was funny and angry and cathartic and really makes you consider the lede (“It’s hard to live in the modern world without feeling like you should start committing some felonies”): The Joe Manchin Trolley Problem
3. I’m sorry, this nearly made me die laughing the first time I saw it.
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