Friday Link Pack

(via inspivids)

– Love these Anti Portraits

Pretzel Pool Float. Yup.

CardFlick makes Business Cards a thing of the past. Take them digital. YES!

– Tali Sharot: The Optimism Bias

Wall mounted clips.

Push to add drama.

– Pictory is showcasing the Phootcamp Application Self Portraits of the 2012 roster.

Daily tips for modern manners by Bekka Palmer.

– Don’t have a green thumb? There’s hope: Koubachi gives your plants a voice.

– “The way you react to a situation or critique is just as memorable as your work.” Advice to Young Designers by Kim Knoll

Ladybug Pins. Cute.

– If I was going on long bike rides I would totally get the QuadLock iPhone Mounting System.

– The New York Times is looking to hire a Web Designer.

Nine-Year-Old’s Blog Takes A Frank Look At School Lunches.

5 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Hallo Swissmiss,
    Thankyou so much for bringing’ Two Laps’ to my attention . It was a lovely start to a cold morning here in Australia. The film is so ‘Australian’ in it’s gentle humour and the tale of a good friendship.

  2. There is something magical about short movies like this. It is (as hhb pointed out) a story that we would call typically Australian. I hope, however, that it is more universal, and I hope that I can grow old gracefully like the two characters in this charming story.

  3. i agree with both comments above, it is so Aussie! Beautiful images…
    I wonder where it is?

  4. It’s at a lovely ocean-pool in Sydney. North Narrabeen I believe.

  5. Thank you for linking my article. Kind regards from Berne, Switzerland