Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
This video is much longer than the ones I usually post, but it’s too cool not to share. Rickey Gates decided to run every single street in San Francisco to get to know a very small area of America, as well as its people, intimately. He documented his process.
My Favorite Articles
How to find purpose in life after achieving financial independence (Collecting Wisdom)
Proof that less is more at work (Accidental FIRE)
Flipping the script on the traditional life path (Financial Mechanic)
Hate your job? Don’t worry; you’re not wasting your time (The Three Year Experiment)
Visualizing the lumpy growth of the stock market (Of Dollars and Data)
Avoiding an unpleasant experience can be just as satisfying as enjoying a pleasant one (Humble Dollar)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
Visualizing how people meet their partners (Flowing Data)
According to data, who is the biggest pop star? (The Pudding)
This website generates fake faces using artificial intelligence. Each time you refresh your browser, a new face appears. (I can’t tell if this is cool or creepy) (This Person Does Not Exist)
Stay on the bus – in other words, stick with the process (Helsinki Bus Station Theory)
6 lessons from year 26 (Nat Eliason)
- Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 171 - September 27, 2020
- Investing is About Absolute Numbers, Not Percentages - September 23, 2020
- Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 170 - September 20, 2020
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