Love notion of aiming to get 1% better every day, told by James Clear.
This is the firs time I’d consider letting a Air Purifier in my home. Question for those of you that own an air purifier: Do you sense a difference?
“Céline and Colin are representative of a massive shift that is happening in which companies are no longer measuring success solely by how much money they can make, but also by the scope of their positive human impact.”
Taken from this article.
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“Time is how you spend your love.”
– Zadie Smith
“In a world where everything is tracked and kept forever, like the world we’re for some reason building, you become hostage to the worst thing you’ve ever done.
Whoever controls that data has power over you, whether or not they exercise it. And yet we treat this data with the utmost carelessness, as if it held no power at all.”
Haunted by Data, Maciej Ceglowski
Tabagotchi is a Tamagotchi-inspired chrome extension designed to help you declutter your browser and eliminate tab anxiety. The fewer tabs you have open, the happier and healthier your “Tabagotchi” will be! For every tab you have open, your Tabagotchi loses 4 HP, making it angrier and sicker.
Made me laugh!
Watch places in idyllic 1960s postcards transform into scenes of abandonment.
– “People are the way they are because of wounds they have not tended to. Whatever the reason, we cannot heal another. Only they can.” Read the full article here.
– A few simple tricks to be less on your phone.
– Love the idea of a swing as a night table in this post. But good luck putting beverages on it, as shown in the photo.
– This made me laugh: Productivity hacks to rule kindergarten like a Silicon Valley boss (via)
– Lovely! Dipped hoop earrings.
– Whoa! Check out this experimental bike which features a frame that twists in the middle.
– I like this minimal Wonky Grid Duvet Cover
– 5 Mantras for Dealing with Difficult People and Tense Situations. I really liked the first one: “Don’t push buttons that don’t need to be.”
– Beautiful project by Adobe Resident Aundre Larrow studying how our sense of place impacts us.
– A literal nest egg, to collect change and be smashed when full. (Ouch, the price though)
– I want one: ‘Kniterate‘, a digital desktop knitting machine, will help you make custom clothing from scratch.
– Mailchimp (100% bootstrapped) has an “investor relations” page about their investments in their community
– I love love love the new Tattly Mod Florals Set by Inaluxe.
You can now cover your luggage with a giant photo of yourself. Because nothing says “hands off my stuff” like an oversized portrait of yourself soaring down the conveyor belt. This nearly made me snort my coffee out my nose, laughing.
“Community is critical for creative folks because creating the work is so inwardly focused. … Participating in a community becomes a way to let some sympathetic people into your process so you don’t go crazy, while still protecting the work in its unfinished and fragile state. I see community as people working parallel to one another, sharing information and resources freely with each other. This is how useful information spreads around and how creative people find new opportunities.”
– Frank Chimero
Read the full post: Back to The Cave
My kids are too big for this 3-in-1 bike at this point, but I would definitely get one if they weren’t.