Friday Link Pack

– Fascinating: Scientists have found the speed limit of vision with an illusion in which nothing moves at all

Look for feedback that will make you grow rather than just inflate your ego.

– Want a project for your holiday break? How to Find and Care for a Pet Tardigrade (Water Bear)

Nietzsche’s 10 Rules for Writing with Style (1882)

– This looks delicious: Creamed Mushrooms on Chive Butter Toast.

Purposeful and highly creative people actually live longer than everyone else, says a growing body of research.

Eliminating sugar from our diets can cause the same reactions as withdrawals from drugs — teeth chattering, anxiousness, tremors, and head shakes.

21 social good innovations that made a big impact in 2016

Useful papers for designers.

– Vanessa Valenti: The problem with public speaking

Yoga for everyone.

Last words of famous people.

– YES. Bill Gates and investors worth $170 billion are launching a fund to fight climate change through energy innovation

– A Yale history professor’s powerful, 20-point guide to defending democracy under a Trump presidency

Riffle helps you discover great books.

This device let’s you throw your GoPro around for incredible aerial selfies

– Chinaka Hodge: What will you tell your daughters about 2016?

– The Holidays are just about here, you can still get a digital Tattly gift card. Instant gift!

4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. ^^
    Chinaka Hodge

  2. “A Yale history professor’s powerful, 20-point guide to defending democracy under a Trump presidency”

    Oh puhlease…. get over it.

    Get over your butthurt.

    Get over yourself.

    Get back to work and quite bitching.

  3. Don’t worry Tina, those of us who know the difference between ‘quite’ and ‘quit’ (and even quiet, too!) still like you. Quite a lot, and we won’t quit or be quiet.

  4. Taking action is not whining.

    Leaving a belligerent comment (“butthurt” — really? Are you even old enough to have voted?) on a blog is whining.