Seems like Google Maps started always tracking my location today (the hollow iOS notification arrow). Not sure why, any ideas? I don’t think I changed anything.
Earlier this week I wrote about the Outdoor Research Helium II rain jacket on Everyday Wear.
Some highlights of the last month in 📚:
I wrote about my new favorite workout shorts over on Everyday Wear this week.
Ben wrote about a really good workout shirt on Everyday Wear. We both love it.
Spring Flower Show at the Phipps Conservatory
My review of the Underfit V-Neck Undershirt on Everyday Wear.
We published our travel guide over on Everyday Wear today. We hope to keep it evergreen and plan to supplement it with packing list posts.
Aerogel insulation looks to be an upcoming trend in outdoor gear. I took a look, and it seems like it is going to make for some interesting products.
Old Man’s War by John Scalzi ★★★★☆ 📚 Looking forward to reading the next book in the series! Quick and fun read.
A great quote from the Anthropocene exibit at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
NYT published an interesting op-ed today about why we shouldn’t fear the “black box” of AI because it is less “black box” than the human brain.
I’ve spent some time trying the new Wool & Prince Blazer and I love it. Just published my review today.
Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics: A 10% Happier How-to Book ★★★☆☆ Great resource if you’re just starting out, but I’ve listened to the podcast and already am using the app (so it was a bit repetitive for me).
Edward Teller warned the oil industry of the dangers of climate change from carbon dioxide emissions in 1959. The Guardian
Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain, and Body by Daniel Goleman, Richard J. Davidson ★★★☆☆ Combination of a story/history of meditation and the authors’ journeys and a meta-review of meditation research.
Yesterday I covered odor resistance of various workout shirt materials over on Everyday Wear. Not a surprise that 100% merino won the odor contest, but my favorite is something else.
Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew Walker ★★★☆☆ Five stars for the importance of the content, three for the book.