Link Pack

Juan Fontanive’s mechanical, looping flipbooks: Vivarium.

– Great read: Anton Chekhov on the 8 qualities of cultured people

– Cheap furniture and bargain hunting in craigslist’s virtual thrift store of Brooklyn and Manhattan. (via Chris Glass)

– I had the most delicious dinner coupled with a stunning view at La Marina last night. If you live in NYC or about to visit, you have to check this out. Such a gem of a restaurant.

– Love this CODE MODE sign.

One Minute Wonder; absolutely wonderful mini portrait series.

to forget a friend is sad.

Photographers Document NYC Locations 10 Years Apart

– “What’s that on your dress?” “Oh, a satellite image of Greenland.”

– Run Your Meeting Like a Boss: Lessons from Mayer, Musk, and Jobs

– Let’s make some paper fruit.

– I could use a hole to another universe just about now.

– Loving this Pharrell-Oprah moment.

Punctuation Tips: How to properly use dashes, hyphens, parentheses, quote marks (double and single), apostrophes, ellipses, brackets, slashes, question marks, and exclamation points.

– The Brooklyn Botanical Garden has a cherry blossom tracker! So cool. (via Joanna)

– A collection of fantastic Steve Job Quotes.

– “In my experience, most people don’t schedule their work. They schedule the interruptions that prevent their work from happening.” The Chokehold of Calendars by Mike Monteiro

– A fantastic new typography resource from Typekit. Read Tim Brown’s thoughts on the launch.

– My friends at Hyperakt are looking to hire a Art Director.

– Love is in the air! Team Tattly put together a wedding collection.

5 Comments leave a comment below

  1. As someone who sets type for a living, I really wish that Punctuation Tips article gave more accurate information on dashes. Specifically, the difference between em and en dashes (what they’re calling a dash here is specifically an em dash), and how to actually type them. Not all programs will convert hyphen-hyphen to an em dash.

  2. Please oh please can you make it so that your links open in a new window? Easier to browse external links without accidentally leaving your site over and over again.

  3. Some fantastic links this week, the grammar one is very easy to understand.

  4. Magnificent website. Plenty of useful information here.
    I am sending it to several friends ans also sharing in delicious.

    And naturally, thanks in your sweat!

  5. There’s also a Los Angeles equivalent to the New York Craigslist site. I believe it’s http://www.thecraigslistcollective.com

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