"We often talk of "captive audiences," regarding the performer as hypnotizing their viewers. But just as often, it's the viewers hypnotizing the performer."
The author talks about how, as creators, our audiences slowly mould us and turn us into a mere caricature of ourselves.
Kevin Simler explores the relationship between social status and personal space and territory.
“The higher your social status, the more personal space you tend to control.”
This is Noah Pinion's primer on mark-to-market accounting and how it creates some weird outcomes when it comes to wealth — specifically due to the way in which we measure it.
Tip of the day
Okay folks, that’s it for today! I’ll see you with another edition of the newsletter tomorrow morning. Till then, take care and enjoy your Sunday.