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Thanks for checking out edition no. 33 of Hello Universe! I’m posting this in the middle of my recovery from COVID-19, so wish me luck to get well soon!
Do share this poem with a friend who loves some music!
Some fun stuff:
This is a place where I share something cool to do, something cool to listen to, and something cool to watch! The underlined words are links that you can click to visit the recommended content.
Check out Citizen Scholar : Citizen Scholar is a free newsletter that covers a book or essay every Friday morning and discusses its key ideas. I find it to be an easy-to-read book summary newsletter. Their recent post about the book “Zero to One” by Peter Thiel is especially well written, and comes highly recommended from me.
Listen to “Divine Moments of Truth” by Shpongle: In a post about music, I felt compelled to share one of my all time favorite tracks. Shpongle is the absolute best psychedelic music project out there, and DMT is hands down their absolute best track and a great entry into the world of psychedelic music. ALL TIME FAVORITE!
Watch Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal: Genndy Tartakovsky is the guy behind some of your favorite childhood cartoons like Dexter’s Laboratory, Powerpuff Girls, and Samurai Jack. His latest show “Primal” is a work of sheer genius. It shows the violent ups and downs of life on pre-historic Earth, and is full of scintillating tension, exceptional artwork, and lots of violence and gore. This is not your childhood cartoon anymore - this is scare-your-pants-off and make-you-feel-stuff, multi-Emmy-award-winning, beautiful content. Two episodes of this show were recently uploaded to Youtube, so you can check it out for free. GO WATCH IT NOW!
I would love it if YOU shared some fun stuff that you love to read/ listen to/ watch across the internet, down in the comments.
The illustrations in this issue have been made using icons from Flaticon.
See you next week!