– Highly recommend this episode of Hurry Slowly with Cal Newport on Using Technology with Intention. And while you’re at it, check out the episode with Anne Helen Petersen on Errand Paralysis
– Here’s how you stop junk Mail.
– This pet treat container is adorable.
– For Love and Money: Finding Roommates After 40
– Always Take a Copy of Your Restaurant Receipt
– Minim is a deck of playing cards that considers how much design you can take away while still maintaining a playable deck.
– Simple pleasures: knit your own potholder.
– Oink Picasso.
– I enjoy this visual blog, very much.
– Do you enjoy piano music? Dive into this thread.
– A mini oral history of the Mailchimp high five
– Hey Switzerland, go see this: Look closely or you may miss the incredible Mirage Gstaad, a stunning installation by Doug Aitken.
– I would wear this sweater. No problemo.
– How to Make Sense of Things When You Feel Overwhelmed, via Jocelyn
– 10 Surprising Things I Learned While Writing a Book
– Paula Scher began drawing as an escape. Teachers told her she had no promise or talent. Her parents told her there was no future in the arts. Yet she rose to the challenge and became one of today’s most iconic designers. Find out how.
– This t-shirt is made for me.
– Tattly DIY Valentine’s cards. (Tattly always come in pairs. You can put one on the card and one inside as a gift!)
– Are you looking to hire a creative, big hearted human? Put your jobs on the CreativeGuild Job Board.
– A big thank you to Parsons Open Campus for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week.
such a treat to see my little potholder here! thank you!
Feb 11th, 2019 / 12:07 pm
Since I’m not on Twitter, here’s the link to my piano playlist on Sprotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/116809765/playlist/1Tc2y5AWMQL38SSHimuHGL?si=t8NMbs4MRP6oKPGrMV-kXg
with music by
Ryuichi Sakamoto (my favourite piano album of his, BTTB, is currently only partly on Spotify)
and many others…
Feb 11th, 2019 / 3:00 pm