Friday Link Pack

Photographer and Entrepreneur Chase Jarvis speaks on the art of more—making more work and putting more out there, and why that’s the bravest thing you can be doing, but also the most rewarding.

- My friend J has this Sturdy Leather Tote. Couldn’t believe it was by American Apparel. It’s beautiful.

- Interesting read on the things mentally strong people they avoid.

- Core77′s 2013 Gift Guide

- I can’t say it enough: This Marshall’s Bluetooth Speaker sounds (and looks) amazing.

- I remember these from growing up: Classic Italian Pushpins.

- Impressive: Police mugshots in the 1920s

- The Victorian Internet tells the story of the telegraph’s creation and remarkable impact, and of the visionaries, oddballs, and eccentrics who pioneered it, from the eighteenth-century French scientist Jean-Antoine Nollet to Samuel F. B. Morse and Thomas Edison.

- Make the Logo bigger Tumblr by Andrew Wendling.

- Lovely: Sailor Charcoal Zip Bags

- 3 Types of Toxic Employees

- Incredibly fascinating talk by 13 year old teenager Logan LaPlante, on the science of being healthy and happy, and why it’s so important.

- Milton Glaser on his parents: “My mother convinced me I could do anything. And my father said, “Prove it.”

- This month’s CreativeMornings theme is MAKE!

- The Brooklyn Nets are looking to find a Web Developer.

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  1. Thank you so much for calling attention to the Chase Jarvis talk for Creative Mornings. With the richness of offerings at Creative Mornings, it’s easy to miss a great one.

    My weakness is not thinking of things, nor is it going ahead and doing them. My weakness is thinking of things and knowing how I’d make money from them and doing some prioritizing based on that information.

    “Do what you love and the money will follow” is not something that has been operational in my life (e.g. years as a (home birth) midwife, serving sacrificially and with joy, brings extraordinary rewards, as well as a subsistence level income, at least back when I was doing it). I’m so intrigued by people who can do what they love and be financially successful, even moderately so, and do it with the same sense of adventure that excites me in a lot of the work I’ve done and do (for clients or not).

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