Five Things #97 / by Ross Farley

Every Wednesday I share five things I've liked and think you might like too. Here are this week’s Five Things…

  1. I hadn't listened to Adam Buxton's podcast in quite a while (silly me) so this rambling chat with film directors Wes Anderson and Garth Jennings was a good reminder of what I'd been missing!

  2. This quote from a recent Austin Kleon post really jumped out at me: "if you really want to explore ideas in an environment conducive to good thinking, you should consider hanging out with 'people who are not so much like-minded as like-hearted,' people who are 'temperamentally disposed to openness and have habits of listening.'"

  3. What an incredible man: Johan van Hulst, Who Helped Save 600 Children From the Nazis, Dies at 107

  4. An interesting TED talk about how we experience and process emotions by Lisa Feldman Barrett.

  5. 🎶 I'm really enjoying Poppy Ackroyd's latest album Resolve.

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