It was a full, busy day, but damn it, I'm getting this up tonight...
Even with the current plethora of security features, there has always been something fascinating about the concept of counterfeiting currency. (GQ)
I tend to notice stuff in the background in movies, or at least I try to. (The Verge)
If there's anything to take away from this, it ought to be: do your own thing, don't follow the herd. (Washington Post via Esquire Style blog)
This is a thought exercise with no real purpose but some interesting results. (Nerdist)
And finally this week, for some time I've been enjoying looking back at a period in the area's history I was only around for the last few years of via Dirty Old Boston, which I first found as a blog on boston dot com. The brain trust at bdc did away with all the "community" blogs including DOB about eight months ago, but fortunately there's also a facebook page (which you don't have to belong to fb to view). The proprietor, Jim Botticelli, was compiling material for a book that was published earlier this month, so now there's a website for the book that also has a blog and an online store. Jim was interviewed this week on WBUR's "Radio Boston" and you can listen to the interview here.