This week’s highlights: Thank you notes, Coffee pots and the case for fine dining
Finally a warm and sunny week here in Nashville – great for moving past the winter blues a bit.
Have a great weekend
Food for Tood for Thought
- AaronRenn – Generation X Finally Steps into the Battle
- GolfWeek – Sincerely, Arnold Palmer: Golf stars still treasure letters from World Golf Hall of Famer – Credit SF – Amazing story and a continued testament of the impact that a single person can have in the lives of others
- BariWeiss – Condoleeza Rice on Race, Russia, Freedom and Why America’s Best Days Are Still Ahead. This was inspiring and hopeful
- NBJ – Butch Spyridon reveals threats to Nashville’s future: ‘We have to protect music’. Being spring break 365 days a year is not our goal or objective or what we have tried to build, it is an unintended consequence of our success.
- Twitter – Live Reporting from Polish border with Ukraine. Inspiring report of people driving from all over Europe to pick up refugees and offer them a place to stay
Business and Markets
- JPM – The case for (always) staying invested
- WSJ – Tech Companies Are Reopening Their Offices, but Tech Work Has Changed Forever. Highly sought-after tech workers don’t want to go back to the way things used to be. Their employers are making their work day more flexible and less distracting, whether they’re (occasionally) in the office or fully remote.
- ModernRetail – The rise, fall and potential resurrection of a coffee brewing legend. A Reddit post recently gave specialty coffee aficionados a scare. The title “Is Bonavita going out of business?”
Science, Technology, and Culture
- BirminghamUKLive – I’m common as muck and spent £150 in a Michelin star restaurant to see if it was worth it. “I went to Adams in the city centre and the food had me in tears”
- MBG – How Physical Limitations & Injuries Can Affect your Golf Swing – Computer analytics + body mechanics are opening up the possibilities of a motion like a golf swing.
- Hustle – The professor who beat roulette
- LAT – Finding love for $300,000: Inside the business of a matchmaker to the rich and famousops in her life.
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