437: The Credit Section
Dan and Merlin explore the complexities of personal style. Not personal style as in fashion, but as in preferences, identity, and modes of interaction. How do we let others know how we are?
How do we derive a sense of what works best for us, and why is it such a shameful struggle to effectively communicate that to others? What do AirPods, Snapchat, and Bloomberg Terminals potentially have in common?
And, would it be cool if I just listen to this podcast instead of talking about my blouse and the weather?
Links for this episode:
- "Nathan for You" Private Investigator/Taxi Company (TV Episode 2013) - IMDb
- The Bloomberg terminal: clunky, costly, addictive, ubiquitous | Financial Times
- The Egg Is Bigger Than Before: What Is 5-Minute Crafts?
- 5by5 | Back to Work #435: Scanner of Horizons