A newsletter in crazed bullet points.
The audiobook of 1414º is finally available on Audible, and other platforms, narrated by the brilliant Emily Lawrence.
And that, kids, is why you don't cozy up with trolls.
You don't stop the big bad wolf from blowing your house down by inviting him inside.
Of course you did! It's not like you were distracted by a pandemic or the prospect of World War Three.
David K emailed me earlier this week with a question... "Did you promise an update on what the hell happened to clubhouse"?
My whole life I've devoured mystery novels by golden age authors: Dorothy Sayers, GK Chesterton, Agatha Christie. Even more so, impossible crime stories by writers like John Dixon Carr and Edmund Crispin. Hardly surprising, then, that I’ve always wanted to write a murder mystery of my own. Quite separately,
I heard the news about Tony Hsieh last night by text message. The latest in a years-long string of texts about Tony, sent by various mutual friends in Las Vegas. Tony just bought the Ferguson Hotel. Tony is turning Zappos into a Holacracy. Tony is starting an airline. Tony just
Gestures at people chugging Purell smoothies and buying hazmat suits for their dogs as the markets slide into the sea* Well, this seems like a good time to share something I’ve been stealthily working on for the past few months! TL;DR: NeedHop is an app to help grown-ups
Timing is everything. This past Sunday, I had an idea: To see if I could go without sugar for an entire week. It wasn’t until Wednesday that I looked at the calendar and realized with horror: Withnail-style, I had embarked on Lent by mistake. Right now, around the world,