BOOKSTORES: How to Read More Books in the Golden Age of Content

Bookstores have always driven me crazy. So much to read and so little time! And now with our lives chock full of CONTENT--Netlflix, podcasts, social media, YouTube, and the 24 hour news cycle--when the hell are we supposed to find the time to get through a book? This has haunted me for awhile now. So I decided to make a film about it, hoping to find a way through my bookstore anxiety--a way to re-balance my content diet in order to read more books.

This was originally released in chapters on Vero and you can find additional content and other goodies there:

Tim Urban’s blog Wait But Why:

Eric Barker’s blog:

Howard Berg (sign up for his class!):

Music: "Read A Book" by Bomani Armah:

Jonathan Zalben:


Vibe Mountain:

Local Drone/Ronin Outfits: BirdsEye Portugal:

Hout Video (Maastricht/Brussels):

Agustin Actis (Buenos Aires):

Willie Leniek: https (Buenos Aires)://

Brendan Jay Sullivan (Paris):

Bookstores Featured: Elliot Bay Books (Seattle, WA) Bookhampton (Easthampton, NY) Cook & Book (Brussels, Belgium) Tropismes (Brussels, Belgium) Boekhandel Dominicanen (Maastricht, Netherlands) Ler Devagar (Lisbon, Portugal) Obidos Bookshops (Obidos, Portugal) The Literary Man Hotel (Obidos, Portugal) Lello (Porto, Portugal) Re-Read (Barcelona, Spain) Cultura (Sao Paulo, Brazil) Saraiva (Sao Paulo, Brazil) Livraria Da Vila (Sao Paulo, Brazil) Ateneo Gran Splendid (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

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