Friday Link Pack

Charming how excited Feynman gets explaining the physics behind rubber bands.

– Mini 3D printed version of Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests sculptures? Yes, please!

– Apps, Tools, and Resources creative professionals
use to improve Productivity & Creativity: damnyouartschool.com

– My kids absolutely love their personalized Lost My Name books.

Desk Rail is a fresh take on desk organization.

– I am totally going to make a Popsicle Garland with Ella this weekend. #crafts

– This Buzzfeed post about people recreating things they saw on Pinterest rather unsuccessfully made me laugh.

– DIY Project to make power cords look good.

How Sandy Hit Rockaway, a photo project by Kisha Bari.

– I enjoyed this SXSW talk by Peter Thiel, co-Founder of Paypal: You are not a lottery ticket.

– Quite fond of these factory lockers.

– It’s the weekend folks. This.

– I experienced a broad range of emotions reading through The Worst Things for Sale. Warning, some posts are not safe for work.

– My next Quarterly is going out shortly. I am quite excited about it. Yay for surprises.

– The fine folks over at Crush+Lovely are looking to hire a Senior Project Manager.

6 Comments leave a comment below

  1. “The world is a dynamic mess of jiggling things.” :D

    Thank you also for damnyouartschool.com, interesting collection. I think the worklog app is missing (http://www.macworld.com/article/1145393/worklog.html), though.

  2. Prostate simulator is quite heavy stuff! First I laughed at it, but then I realized how necessary it is nowadays. It is so sad to see how is the cancer slowly decimating us. One in three people here get cancer and every fourth person dies.

    I hope people will understand that we were made to eat plant diet, so going vegan can be quite effective solution in cancer prevention.

  3. That popsicle garland is amazing! Will have to make this with my sisters come summer! …or maybe for my birthday ;)

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