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  • from The Art of Scaling Taste by Evan Armstrong

  • Scale is quite valuable, but the costs are usually hidden. Consolidation leads to monoculture, it reduces the stock of unique ferments. Culture, taste, and invention are often bottom-up phenomena. They require the opposite of scale. They require distance, and working alone.

    by Simon Sarris

  • from #176: Accounting for taste by Haley Nahman

  • from RLT Interview #4: W. David Marx, Writer by Tahirah Hairston

  • from The New Stack of Entertainment, Tensions of the AI Age, & Navigating Cambrian Explosions by Scott Belsky

  • from Elizabeth Goodspeed on the importance of taste – and how to acquire it

  • from Elizabeth Goodspeed on the importance of taste – and how to acquire it