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5 November 2021

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Fabien Dendiével, readers reading, the Lewes Bonfire Celebrations, eyewear reflections and future Silicon Macs.

  • Devid Gualandris features the Documentary Photography Through an Atmospheric Lens of Parisian photographer Fabien Dendiével. "Shot with analog medium format film, his series' American West and Sultanate of Oman both feature empty spaces and stripped-down compositions, which reflect the photographer's fondness for solitude," he writes.
  • Anika Burgess presents Reading Around New York [gift link], a slide show of readers reading. "Even in the busiest of places, if you have a good book, you can retreat into solitude," she writes.
  • Robin Friend showcases images of the Lewes Bonfire Celebrations, his U.K. hometown's night of "freedom, debauchery, dissent and protest." The event marks Guy Fawkes Night while commemorating the 17 Protestant martyrs from the town burned at the stake for their faith during the Marian Persecutions.
  • In How to Remove Glare or Reflections in Eye Glasses, Scott Kelby demonstrates two ways. The first is an edit, the second is prevention:
  • In Future Apple Silicon Macs, Wayne Ma reports, "Apple is planning a 'much bigger leap' with its third-generation chips, some of which will be manufactured with TSMC's 3nm process and have up to four dies, which the report says could translate into the chips having up to 40 compute cores."

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