Still in a haze from indulging in too much green beer or Irish whiskey? Don’t worry, this is a judgement-free zone. You may have, however, missed all the things last week had to offer. Let’s break it down:
Facebook is slowly ushering in the death of Instagram. They say users aren’t seeing content and the update “is about is making sure that the 30% you do see is the best 30% possible.” Translation: we are going to force brands to pay to promote content and ruin the platform for the end user.
If you have too many cords at your desk & never know which belongs to what, these simple stickers help you figure out where all your gadgets are plugged in. #FirstWorldProblems?
If you’re anything like the men here at HSS, you’ll appreciate all of The New York Times articles about the watch industry right now:
– An upcoming auction at Christie’s that is going to make one man the proud owner of a 1967 Daytona Cosmograph. (I think I just heard Brian pass out).
– You already know how we feel about Apple’s version.
– Swiss watchmaker Omega reveals six new Master Chronometer movements.
– A new watchmaker who’s family history in the craft dates back to World War II.
It’s hard to pick just one, but not removing the stitching on a vent may be the worst of all “the new suit blunders.”
Article throwback: Trench season is upon us, so how are you going to belt yours?
Yes, there are advertising agencies that are still like Mad Men and no, that’s not a compliment.
Anything we missed? Share your favorite links from last week in the comments!
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Photograph via iHeart the Street Art.