(Thank you Yoko)
– Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Mom explains how to raise a brilliant child (Thank you Joy)
– Update My VC is a modern guide to keeping in touch with your investors.
– How to Hold A Pencil podcast with the delightful Debbie Millman.
– Seed-Filled caps turn plastic bottles into tiny gardens
– 30 Weeks, a founders program for designers, is an experiment in giving talented visual thinkers the hands-on experience needed to create products that may just change the world. It’s 20 designers. It’s 30 weeks. It’s in New York. And it starts September 2014.
– I keep coming back to this Zappos blog post: Your Culture is Your Brand
– Who knew car back seat inflatable mattresses existed? Wow!
– A guided tour of the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
– This conveyor belt sushi kit would get my kids so excited at the dinner table.
– Cameron Moll’s stunning Brooklyn Bridge Poster is now for Sale.
– Drinkaware animation showing effects of alcohol.
– My friend Tim told me about Nomiku, an imersion circulator. I want one.
– Reamaze looks like a beautifully designed customer support tool.
– Coursera: Learn stuff!
– This video is from a few weeks back. But, man, it still makes me smile: Two older ladies flying for the first time. (It gets really moving at 6:20)
– I definitely have days where I feel like this.
– Interested in the future of email, messages, alerts and notifications? Then you should attend Inbox Awesome 2014!
– Tell the world anything. (The dude that loves Tacos is my favorite)
– Who needs a coffee table if you have Lip Lap?
– “The modern 40s are so busy it’s hard to assess them. Researchers describe the new “rush hour of life,” when career and child-rearing peaks collide. Today’s 40ish professionals are the DITT generation: double income, toddler twins.”
– Calling all eager hustlers! CreativeMornings is looking for a paid summer community intern to take on the world.
– BAGGU in San Francisco is looking for a developer!
– A Moon Rug? YES!