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Worth Clicking: Gear Hoarding, Kubrick, Cartoons & Why Fact Dominates Fiction

All links are hand-picked by the MediaStorm staff for your enjoyment this weekend. Happy Labor Day!

Nick Lowe performs “Peace, Love and Understanding” in Studio Q. [YouTube]

If you think that you are buying way too many cameras, you should feel better about yourself after seeing Mumbai-based photojournalist Dilish Parekh’s camera collection. [DesignTaxi.com]

14 photos of Stanley Kubrick’s New York City, circa the 1940’s. [Gothamist]

The rise of documentary film – why are audiences increasingly choosing fact over fiction? [The Economist]

PhotoShelter launches a new free guide for growing your portrait photography business. [PhotoShelter]

Get an accountant, abstain from sex and similes, and eight other rules for writing fiction. [The Guardian]

Butterick’s practical typography. [PracticalTypography.com]

Freelance cartoonist Gavin Aung Than turns inspirational Bill Watterson speech into Watterson-style comic. [Gawker]

The actress behind Skyler White of “Breaking Bad” has a character issue. [The New York Times]

And just for fun… The ultimate dog tease. [YouTube]

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