I took a long weekend off, but now it’s go time. If you read my newsletter, you’ll know that I am now commenced on a very large new project – you can subscribe at this link here to get the updates that will only happen on the newsletter, and read a few previous issues. So now I’m locking myself into strict work routine, which I may get into at another time and update the spring version of my work routine list. Locking myself into that method will also allow me to figure out how to fix this place up so it’s doing more work.
But, for today, I’m getting into concept work and outlines, and taking a new moments here and there to admire my last experiment, which was sowing autumn/winter crops. About 70% successful, which isn’t so bad.
Last Kindle highlight:
The Russian offshore system generates so-called black cash: a slush fund to help buy influence abroad. For example, one lawyer running companies connected to Russian banks also owned companies connected to Czech politics. His employees provided over half of the total donations made to the political party of the Czech president, long considered an ally of Putin.
HOW TO STAGE A COUP, Rory Cormac (link)