In my (e)mailbox there are always those items I don’t need to open, but which I always do, even if I’m running late, up against a deadline, or have promised myself I’ll focus focus focus on something. It used to be the “See what’s new for you today” type emails from various e-tailers, but these days, it seems to have narrowed down to just a few: The Browser, Totokaelo, The Line, and The Idler Academy of Philosophy, Husbandry and Merriment. The Idler newsletter, with that Hogarthian illustrated header,  wonky typewriter font, convivial tone, and charming frequent typos,  is an instant antidote to the “designed” crap I see so much of. It’s the anti-Twitter: no to groovy flat design, cheery infographics; yes to full sentences and…