Music by Lucius.
– “Tell me about yourself.” The only icebreaker you’ll ever need.
– Overlooked: Since 1851, obituaries in The New York Times have been dominated by white men. Now, they’re adding the stories of other remarkable people.
– Nothing Fails Like Success, by Jeffrey Zeldman
– Seth’s Freelancer Workshop looks so good! Sign up deadline is April 22nd.
– “The more people spend time with one another, the less stuff they buy. A deep connection to other humans makes you an enemy of the marketplace.” Douglas Rushkoff — Fighting for #TeamHuman
– This rollable TV is pretty cool.
– Are you a US based creative professional? Please consider taking a few minutes filling out the 2019 Design Census. The survey will highlight the unique challenges facing creative practitioners in the design industry today. It’s a project by AIGA and Google. Last year’s survey results were really insightful!
– All six tracks from Moby’s “Long Ambients 2” are free to download, here.
– What Happens When You Try to Fold Paper More Than 7 Times With a Hydraulic Press?
– Changing how you behave to others can be the fastest way to alter how others behave towards you. Be the Change You Want To See
– Are these books floating? Definitely.
– “If I were queen of the world, I would pass a law against private jets, because they enable you to get around a certain reality. You don’t have to go through an airport terminal, you don’t have to interact, you don’t have to be patient, you don’t have to be uncomfortable. These are the things that remind us we’re human.” What It’s Like to Grow Up With More Money Than You’ll Ever Spend (via)
– Trying to subscribe to some good newsletters run by ladies? This thread is a good resource.
– A wearable metronome? Seems cool.
– 71-year old Paul Alexander is one of the last people to live inside an iron lung.
– This singing Avocado made me laugh.
– Who Gives A Crap – 100% recycled toilet paper
– I have eggs on my mind! Here are 10 Egg tricks. The radio active egg made me laugh.
– Spring is here. Put some tiny flowers on you.
– Big thanks to Sugru for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week.