Friday Link Pack

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Sumhold is a calculator that instantly calculates and stores numbers with a fiercely reductive interface and simple swipe gesture. (Thanks Chris)

80s TV Trivia Game.

– Mentioned this blog before, and happily do it again: A carefully curated collection of videos + photos + interviews + goods from Those Who Make.

– For the love of Zucchini!

A scientific guide to saying “no”: How to avoid temptation and distraction. (via)

– How to do the “slip-and-slide” – mastering the mundane yet endlessly miraculous urban art of walking on crowded sidewalks.

– Khoi sums up services that allow to share passwords within a team.

T-Rex Tattly!

– A gem of a Tumblr: midcenturymoderndesign.tumblr.com (via)

10 People Who Switched Careers After 50 (and Thrived!)

– Shawn Blanc explains how to sell your old iPhone when upgrading to a new one: “Call AT&T and have them “factory unlock” my previous iPhone. Since buying a new device removes the previous one from contract they are happy to do a factory unlock of the old iPhone.”

– 7 Things Happen to You When You Are Completely Honest

Fantastic interview with Frank Chimero over on The Great Discontent.

German Preschool Has Delightful Cat-Shaped Building

– New Yorker piece on Light Pollution: The Dark Side by David Owen (via)

– What a lovely, designy stool.

– I set up a recurring yearly sponsorship for 5 children through Wide Horizons for Children. Join me?

– Finally, you can watch all of our 634+ CreativeMornings talk in one place! The new CreativeMornings site makes me so happy.

Common Words With Very Specific Meanings on Food Labels

– The World’s Largest Lunchbox Museum.

– Etsy is looking to hire a Copy Editor.

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  1. Sumhold – elegant, beautiful simplicity and resultant usability. Like it enough to want to calculate things just to get to use it!
    Best,
    Roger

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