Happy Tuesday! Enjoy summer while it lasts.
Michael Keaton seems like an interesting guy. All over the map, but interesting.
Reports that ‘the Kennedy family’ were in favor of parole for Sirhan Sirhan might have been a little premature. I suspect the lawyers advocating for his release were pushing the narrative. Apart from the devastating impact the assassination had on the family at the time, the murder of RFK was also a big deal for the country. James Aloisi considers what could have been.
Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post, which features a story about how his ex-wife MacKenzie Scott is giving away billions of dollars from her divorce settlement from Bezos, mostly to struggling art organizations. I’d love to have been a fly on the wall during the pitch, approval and editing process for this story.
Ben Marks reviews Good Pictures: A History of Popular Photography by Kim Beil (Amazon link.) Sounds like an interesting read. It covers the gamut, from daguerreotypes to Brownies to smartphones.
And is Facebook the new AOL? Closed garden, lots of older users, etc. Sure looks that way. Now we need something new to come along to disrupt it, just like the web did to AOL back in the day.