A few quick notes before we get to this week's recommendations.
- If you still need a gift for someone — why not pick a non-material gift that keeps on giving for an entire year?
- I have built a third part to my You Don't Know Africa game series. It's about flags, and it's as humbling as the other games before. Enjoy!
- Looking for something great to read over the holidays? I have some suggestions for you.
- In case you've missed it last week: These are my top 12 recommendations of 2021.
As always, if you know someone who might enjoy this newsletter, too, tell them about it.
A visual reminder that climate change isn't causing damage and suffering in the future, but today already. Nothing about the big picture here should be new, of course. What makes this piece so compelling is that it highlights how every single country on earth is affected by climate change. Not tomorrow. Now.
I didn't know I'd find a podcast on the art market interesting. What I did know is that I can trust Freakonomics to make things interesting to me. I greatly enjoyed this three-part series on the peculiarities of the art market, and how it is changing. I recommend you give it a shot, even if you don't think it'll be for you.
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3