October 24, 2022
2 min read

On confrontation, isolation & too-real dystopia

Some weeks, the only things on our mind are ephemeral – appointments to make, calls to return, errands to run, work problems to solve. This is the stuff of life. The blessing and the curse: you won't remember most of it a week later.

If it was one of those weeks for you, we hope this email is a brief respite. Here's what's on our mind.

The artwork of Edward Hopper:

An American realist painter whose artwork depicts loneliness, the longing for connection and the isolation of urban life, Edward Hopper inspired a range of other artists, including Alfred Hitchcock.

Right click to save this image to your mind.

This quote from Publilius Syrus:

“Admonish your friends privately, but praise them openly.”

Highlight & right click (including the quotation marks) to save this to your mind as a quote.

This book by Dave Eggers:

Written in 2013, “The Circle” feels more relevant every year. The dystopian novel follows Mae, a recent college graduate who lands a job at the world's largest tech company. What begins as a customer service job quickly evolves into something deeper and darker. The book's central themes – around memory, history, privacy and democracy – ring loud and clear.

See book on Amazon→

Click the + button while viewing the page in your browser to save this to your mind as a book.

This color palette:

This palette was pulled from an Edward Hopper painting we saved to our minds. Can you guess which painting?

Save any image and open the card to extract the color palette.

If you have a few more moments, try opening your mind and searching by date. What did you save a week ago? How about a month ago? What you rediscover might surprise or inspire you.


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Save what matters to you and keep moving forward. As simple and beautiful as that.

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