Friday Link Pack

This made me laugh: How to sound smart in your TEDx Talk

– Love this: Bhutan Honors Newborn Prince by Planting 108,000 Tree

– Here’s how you get your little one to eat greens.

– Deep: “You can’t steer a parked car!”

– Some simple, good tips in this post: “15 Ways to Delight Your Clients

– My sister is winning: Birth Order Doesn’t Affect Personality, but It Does Affect Intelligence

– Weird! The future? Robots that assist you. (via)

– A simple dish rack and drying matt in one.

– Some real gems can be found in John Maeda’s Just dig.

– Terrifying. Scientists warn of dramatic climate shift much sooner than expected

– This face swap app called Masquerade is something else.

Ring lets you to see and speak with visitors at your door, from anywhere. Each doorbell is equipped with an HD camera with night vision and smart motion detection.

– “most of us are willing to be much more honest with our phones than with professionals, or even with our spouses and partners.” Interesting New York Times Article

From Film to Poster. (via)

Don’t agree with this one. Don’t think it ever pays off to burn a bridge. Anyone proof me wrong?

– “A healthy work-life balance isn’t about separation as much as how one influences the other.” – Jason Fried (via)

– This pocket scanner called Dacuda looks awesome. I want to totally give this a try.

– This fully assembled desk unfolds as an alternative to the slouched-over computer posture.

– Love these simple white ash baskets.

– I’d like my Bourbon with an ice ball moon, please.

– Cameron Moll writes about the art of the perfect job ad: “Mozilla’s nearly flawless job ad, and why.

– Tattly is coming out with scented tattoos in April. I might explode of excitement until then. Also, we are hiring a Wholesale Manager. Join us?

5 Comments leave a comment below

  1. …and in the 70s people were panicking that an ice age was upon us. Terrifying. The only thing that’s terrifying is the lengths people go to to stir up anxiety. “Beware of climate change!” Psh, that’s what climates do.

  2. Danke für Deine inspirierenden Freitags-Pakete, frohe Ostern und liebe Grüsse aus Freiburg im Breisgau!

  3. Very sad to witness the human trait to deny a problem’s existence rather than work to fix it.

  4. regarding Henley’s quote-

    most people are afraid to “burn their bridges” and often they are the people who shouldn’t.

    however if you are bound by the endless strings of obligations and judgements from past actions a good bonfire is actually quite liberating.

  5. People in abusive relationships often get light from burning the bridge with their abuser.