How Louis CK Tells A Joke

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Speaking Truth to Trump

Thank you Nicholas Kristof.

This Week’s Motto:

My motto for this week with marches happening all around the world. Thanks Dallas Clayton.

Style is Substance | Saul Bass

(via The Curious Brain)

Women’s March Protest Signs

Wow, this archive of Women’s March protest signs is impressive. So many good ones to chose from. (You can download them and tile-print them on your home printer or download a high-res pdf to have printed at your local print shop.)

Womens March Posters by Tia

These downloadable Women’s March Posters are fantastic. You can also design your own!

I’ll be attending the Women’s March here in NYC on Saturday, handing out custom Womens March Tattly. Follow me on Instagram the day of the March, if you want to get your hands on some.

(via Carly)

Garlic Blast Off

This Garlic Blast Off Miniature Diorama made me chuckle.

… and it bends toward justice

“… It’s taken us 100,000 years to figure out that we are only as well off as the weakest ones in our tribe, and that connection and community and respect lead to a world that benefits everyone.

The irony of Dr. King’s holiday is that he surely believed that anyone could take on this calling, that anyone could organize, speak up and stand for justice.

We can connect, we can publish, we can lead. Anyone reading this has the ability to care, and to do something about it. We have more power than we dare imagine.

And so it bends.”

… and it bends toward justice, by Seth Godin

Jump

Photographer Philippe Halsman believed that when you ask a person to jump, his/her attention is mostly directed toward the act of jumping and the mask falls so that the real person appears.

More photos of jumping celebrities over on Kottke.

What’s Stopping You?

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Timely questions.

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Rise and Shine Wall Mirror

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Absolutely smitten with this wall mirror by Hunting & Narud. Counterbalanced by a weight, it can be adjusted to various heights.

♥ / Master of Branding at the School of Visual Arts

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Friday Link Pack


If you spin these sculptures by artist John Edmark at a certain speed and light them with a strobe, they appear to animate in slowly mesmerizing ways.

– Find recycling locations in your zip code based on what you want to recycle, i.e Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs.

9 Ways To Stay In Touch With Long-Distance Friends

– Dr. Seuss Putting Rhymes to Good Use

How to set up family sharing, and then a shared family calendar

– The eero wifi system looks fantastic. Have you tried it?

– There is a Neon Museum in Las Vegas. I want to go.

– This gadget allows you to shoot 360° videos right on your iPhone!

– Wow. Simply wow: How I made sure all 12 of my kids could pay for college themselves

– YES! JetBlue Just Announced Free Wi-Fi On All Flights

– Here’s why you’ll be seeing pink ‘pussyhats‘ during the Women’s March on Washington

– Go knit a Pussy Hat!

We Miss You.

– Obama joked about opening a t-shirt shack in Hawaii that only sold medium-sized, white t-shirts. Emily Spivack decided to open it for him.

Don’t underestimate a chicken.

– Here’s a puppy learning how to bark. You’re welcome.

We Are the Youth is an ongoing photojournalism project that shares the stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth in the United States. (via Katie)

– Learned a new term today: Social Jetlag, the misalignment of biological and social time.

Congratulations to team Trello. I use Trello daily and it helps me tremendously in staying organized.

– I didn’t know these invisible socks existed. Not that I will buy them. But, wow.

The Right Way to Pop Your AirPods Out of the Case
– I’ll be speaking at HighFive Conference in Raleigh this spring. (TINA10 will give you a 10% discount on the ticket)

– Very confusing political times here in the U.S. I keep holding on to this saying by Bruce Lee: Be Water My Friend.

Masseria Moroseta

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I want to sit at this table and think about life.

What Comes Next Is the Future

What Comes Next Is the Future is a documentary film about the web created by Bearded founder Matt Griffin. It is the story of Tim Berners-Lee’s creation – how it came to be, where it’s been, and where it’s going – as told by the people who build it.

Productivity in Terrible Times

“When a solid 67% of your soul is engaged with battles elsewhere, how do you continue on with our ongoing, non-revolutionary work?”

Productivity in Terrible Times, by Eileen Webb

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♥ / Master of Branding at the School of Visual Arts

A big thank you to Masters of Branding at SVA for sponsoring this week of my RSS Feed.

The world’s first Masters of Branding at The School of Visual Arts is a life-changing, ten-month graduate degree program. The ground-breaking curriculum allows students to create frameworks to guide brand, design and business development, critically evaluate brand, business, marketing and design strategies and master the intellectual link between leadership and creativity. Students will explore important themes in behavioral psychology, cultural anthropology, trend foresight, and critical theory as they relate to the modern practice of branding. Applications are currently being accepted for Fall 2017. APPLY HERE!


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Feelings

For three weeks, Nate Milton wrote down any thought, image or memory that gave him a tingly feeling. He animated the list, and what it accidentally became was a stream-of-consciousness trek through his life. Beautiful!

Keep Quiet or Stand Up?

“There comes a moment you have to decide: Do you keep quiet or do you stand up.”
– Malala Yousafzai

A Little Too Excited

The Danger of Silence

“We spend so much time listening to the things people are saying that we rarely pay attention to the things they don’t,” says slam poet and teacher Clint Smith. A short, powerful piece from the heart, about finding the courage to speak up against ignorance and injustice.

(via Katie)

Color Wheel Blanket

Color Wheel Blanket

Oh the nerdy designer in me loves this color wheel blanket. Goes well with the RGB Tattly.

Posters For Womens March

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A series of protest posters for free download and print for the Womens March.

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