Our weekly reading list a curated group of articles and media that we found compelling enough to share. Some of it may be timely, some of it may be from the archives, but we hope that it will be compelling enough to give you a something to talk around the water cooler, and maybe laugh a little along the way.
Counting down the days for when comfort is fashionable again
- In defense of wide-legged jeans (fashionbeans.com)
There’s a mysterious new car manufacturer operating in California that has top designers and engineers from Tesla, Ferrari, and SpaceX… and they won’t disclose who their CEO is
Rumor claims new electric car maker Faraday Future is front for Apple (appleinsider.com)
Old habits don’t always die hard
- Jony Ive interview: The story of the Apple Pencil (telegraph.co.uk)
The Apple Pencil may be really cool, but they need to rethink the design on how to charge the thing. Jobs would be furious.
That new iPad Pro looks slick, but do you need one? (expecially since the cheap one is $800)
The most exhaustive iPad Pro review (macstories.net)
Do you ever find yourself laughing along at a joke you don’t understand so that other people don’t think you’re a n00b?
Calling Software Developers, “Software Engineers,” is a sticking point for some. There should be a distinction
The Atlantic Was Wrong. Software Engineers Do Exist. (medium.com)
You can’t control if you received a genetic gift at birth for handsomeness, but you can take the focus away from your face and onto your sweet guns
The most neglected wardrobe component: An aesthetic physique (ironandtweed.com)
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