Friday Link Pack

– Great NYTimes article by Gray Matter on Why We Love Beautiful Things

– Photos of classic ‘this & that‘ pairs – with the second item formed into an ampersand. Lovely.

– This is what 200 calories looks like. Powerful.

– United Pixelworkers provide a crash course in selling and shipping 1,000 tees a month. (via The Standardistas)

LaLa LunchBox App is on sale today. Let your kid decide what’s for lunch!

– A fantastic read: Advice to My Kids by Leo Babauta.

Hustle T-Shirt

Cords: If you can’t hide them, embellish them.

– Watch Maria Popova’s (Brainpickings) Keynote at last week’s TOC Conference

– Zoe draws a ‘beast’ a week and they are quite charming. My favorites: The Skunk, Woodchuck and Racoon.

A purse made out of Oak. Oddly charming.

How to Clean a Washing Machine

– Fascinating article by Michael Moss: The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food

Oh, you crazy Swedes! Why are you so awesome?

Stately Font Lets You Make Data Maps Of The U.S., Just By Typing

– 21 (!) CreativeMornings are happening around the world today. Consider me humbled.

Table&Tennis combines a ping pong table with the qualities of a dinner or conference table.

CNN’s 12 rules of the internet. (via)

7 Tips for Getting to Inbox Zero by Rory Vaden

– David Pogues’ Times column on the world’s first full-frame compact camera. An expensive experiment from Sony.

– Happy Cog in Austin is looking to hire an Interactive Designer.

Tumblr is not What you Think, by Adam Rifkin

– The speaker roster for the upcoming 99u conference is out. Impressive. My personal highlight is Sugru Inventor and CEO Jane ni Dhulchaointigh.

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