The summer "knowing" list (2)
Because it's august and time feels slower
to another long list of things to discover & ponder.
Since it’s summer and time moves at a different pace, I decided to invite you to even more wandering about.
Here we go — 9 videos/articles/newsletters for you:
Ready for more serious, gritty, sometimes dystopian animation? Pick one from this list and let me know how it was — I also need to get up to speed with some of them. And thank you, Dragos, for this one!
Listen to Alain de Botton’s praise of ordinary life and enjoy your day to day, however it might turn up.
Or maybe you’re in the mood for empathy. Discover the American psychologist that introduced us to the humanistic theory in clinical therapy & more: Carl Rogers.
For my content marketers: why SaaS & BOFU pieces work together like a charm.
And for all of you creatives out there (for there is no such thing as “I’m not creative”): Psyche has a great guide (spoiler alert, they always do!) on procrastination: "Of course, at different times, some people might use both strategic delay and procrastination, depending on the particular activity. The key difference between them is the emotional connotations – that is, putting pressure on oneself purposefully versus irrational avoidance that runs counter to one’s intentions.”
If you want to start your day with something surprising, then check The Daily Respite. A bite-sized newsletter to put a smile on your face.
If you were contemplating refreshing your newsletter subscriptions, look no further than this amazing list, carefully curated and organized (just the way I like them!). Thanks, Calina, for the lovely find! ;)
Have I ever told you about Cinema Cartography? In a nutshell, this channel is all about film studies in video essays form. And they’re on an educational mission: reintroducing film canon to the world. The first bit: why Art is Not Content.