An amazing apartment in Barcelona, How to build a personal library, the Azores, web design.
I took a look at Amplenote this morning, but I can't see anything that it does that isn't done better by Obsidian or ClickUp.
By the same token, I'm really trying to fall in love with Logseq, but I find the inability to find your files without actually searching for them by name to be obnoxious.
Some links, collated via the amazing Arc Browser and Raindrop:
Renovation challenge: a Barcelona apartment with spectacular tiling - The Spaces - This place is amazing.
Kahlil Gibran on How Storms Catalyze Creativity – The Marginalian
Brilliant Star Trails Sweep Above a Fierce Tangle of Lightning in a Striking Photo | Colossal - this is a startling image
Heavenly architecture: inside a converted Wiltshire church - The Spaces
Mottled, Marbled, and Speckled Glazes Ooze Over Ceramic Vessels in Thick Pastel Drips | Colossal - these are really pleasing for some reason.
V&A opens the first major exhibition dedicated to South Korean pop culture | Creative Boom - excited about this.
Guide to Iceland is the new gold standard for travel websites | Creative Boom - a really interesting deep dive into a piece of great web design
How to nurture a personal library | Psyche Guides - entirely in my wheelhouse
The Azores: Secrets of Europe’s Hawaii
Have a good one.