Wiser Web Wednesday

Wiser Web Wednesday – a weekly link post of articles or sites of interest to me from around the web:

Jim Seven
A view from James Hoffmann, well qualified to comment on what it takes to progress within the coffee industry. Arguably these principles are not unique to coffee:
How To Progress in the Coffee Industry

Dymaxion
A response to the above post with some equally well qualified additional thoughts:
A Response and a Contribution to James’ Post on How to Progress in Coffee

Pens! Paper! Pencils!
Ian Hedley reviews the darkest of the Blackwing pencil trilogy, and demonstrates a pretty fine sketching hand in the process:
Palomino Blackwing pencil review

The Cramped
If you are at all interested in the analogue writing world, Patrick Rhone’s latest venture is the site for you. This particular post by Harry Marks I can relate to. Given my keen interest pens, I often feel an unruly scrawl does not do them justice:
My Journey to Better Penmanship

Ed Jelley
As noted in this post, although designed to assist with the age-old flash card method of learning, there are many more possibilities for these cards, not the least of which to create a written index of fountain pen ink. An idea originally pilfered from The Pen Addict, (link within the review):
Maruman Mnemosyne Word Cards Review

Apple Talk
Benny Ling, a guest on this weeks Reckoner podcast, outlined his new project – a site for all things Apple, to include opinion pieces, forums, reviews and how to’s; here it is, and it looks pretty slick (and, like Reckoner, is a local Aussie site to boot):
Welcome to Apple Talk

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