The way this part of the season has developed, one is supposed to take inventory of the year, admonish themselves for making it this far (in one piece), and reflect forward to the mostly positive outlook for the upcoming year. Rarely do we continue as if the year isn’t ending. It is only a solstice after all — a standing of the sun for just a moment. Perhaps the point of pausing all along wasn’t to reflect, but to give other pieces of our world a chance to find their rest and reset their rhythms. For the last week, these reads have been Avanceé’s solstice:
- A Short Story About Choice in an Age of Wearables via The Atlantic
- The NFL’s Analytics Revolution Has Arrived via The Ringer
- How Robots and Drones Will Change Retail Forever via Wall Street Journal
- California dealers ask Volvo to stop Care by Volvo subscription service via Roadshow
- Why China’s Electric-Car Industry is Leaving Detroit, Japan, and Germany in the Dust by MIT Technology Review
And a few from us:
In regards to the attached image: There’s the potential of sponsoring a masterclass based around The Field Study Handbook by Studio D in the DC Metro area in the late Spring. If you’d like to be notified about this, drop a line here, on Micro.Blog, or Twitter.
This could be the last shared links of ‘18. Not sure. In any case, if you’ve come along for the ride at any point during Avanceé Year One, thank you 🙏🏾
A blessed and merry Christmas to you, your families, and companies.