To my dear readers,
This is going to be my last post for the foreseeable future. I have appreciated your readership and the occasional comment.
I will continue to read all of the various sources of content that have filled these posts and will continue to curate what I find to be the more meaningful articles and graphics. However, going forward I will not be posting/distributing so frequently. At this point I’m not certain of the appropriate frequency (being mindful of my time). Perhaps annually.
I hope you have enjoyed these 353 posts.
Jonathan Duff Janus
If you were only to read one thing…
- “An entire generation of young adults increasingly do not aspire to one day afford season tickets like some of their parents did. ‘If you’re in your mid-20’s and move into your new job in a new city, you arrive without the ability to pay for a ticket to go to a game anymore, no cable package to watch, and no subscription to the local newspaper to follow the team.’ This is not my opinion, I heard this from the owner of a professional sports team about his own son. All eyes are on cord-cutters while a generation of cord-never-had-em emerges.”
Worthy Insights / Opinion Pieces / Advice
- “Land reclamation isn’t cheap but soil becomes significantly more valuable when it’s moved to create new land in Manhattan, Boston’s Back Bay and Monaco.”
WSJ – Daily Shot: US Total Crude Oil Production 7/19