Hello, internet friends!
It’s monday, I’m still half asleep, so here are links! (You all like links, right? What do you like? I hardly know it.)
Maciej Cegłowski went to the capital of Yemen, Sana’a – and the post on his first day there might be one of the best blog posts I have read in a long while.
The 747 is probably the most recognizable passenger jet in the world – and after almost 50 years and 1500 planes built its era is likely coming to an end. The Air & Space Magazine has some history.
I have never heard of Ryn Weaver’s “OctaHate” before, but it seems to be quite agreeable summer pop. There might be a reason I – and more or less nobody – have heard about the young lady: she was a struggling actress before some people decided she should be famous.
Are we entertained, yet?