Friday Link Pack

Benjamin Southworth wants to change that education exchange and had founded a start-up that empowers teenagers 16-18 to learn coding, design, public speaking, and other fundamental skills to get them into meaningful work, faster. He speaks on the role of technology as a changemaker and how we should be using it more make change in our world.

A Girl Named Elastika. My daughter was mesmerized watching this.

– My daughter wants a Tree House.

– Love this arrow hanger.

– These Man Hands made me laugh so hard.

– This is a smart teacup.

– How to make great pizza dough.

The Innovation of Loneliness

– What’s the difference between tonic water, club soda, mineral water, and seltzer? (via coudal)

– ‘Bread from Scratch’ is a collection of six objects that are symbolic yet functional and in each case represent a stage in the process of bread baking.

Rejection letters sent from famous people. (via Joanna)

The other side of iconic album covers. Made me chuckle. (via)

– Write down your thoughts in your favourite text editor, and Deckset will turn them into beautiful presentations.

Cool Dude Shades.

– This week Dropbox announced a new app just for viewing and sharing photos. It’s called Carousel, and it allows and your friends to seamlessly share images between your Dropbox folders.

– Great article for people like me who think a lot about the art of hiring. How to Make Hiring Less of a Headache.

– This Rapid Packing Container student project is nothing short of impressive. (via PSFK conference)

– Twitter has started rolling out a new design this week.

– This is one smart spaghetti container.

Where Da Wifi At?

– This Tumblr is a visual firework. Bookmarked.

– Israeli engineer Izhar Gafni has invented a cardboard bicycle that’s strong, waterproof and costs less than £10 to manufacture.

– The Brooklyn Museum is looking to hire a Web Developer and iOS Developer.

4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. A smart tea cup, a smart spaghetti container, Elastica…people are inventing awesome things!

  2. The link for the fizzy waters article seems broken. Was this the link?

  3. Elastica=Amazing

  4. For more treehouses you can take a look also at my blog “Hometreehome”