Friday Link Pack

This moon footage speed up is currently my favorite thing on the internet.

– The Times Machine lets you access 150 years of New York Times Journalism. Amazing.

– A giant banana pool float. Ha!

50 Things Amy Sedaris Can’t Live Without (via Chris)

– Two new podcasts on my radar: Time Sensitive and Going Through It.

– I got to see Elijah Ray in concert tonight. He is incredible.

– I want to go here.

– This made me chuckle: Three professional Japanese footballers play against one hundred children. (via)

Constellations on your ceiling (via Chris)

– “Whereas mentors dole out words of wisdom, coaches roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty. They don’t just believe in our potential; they get in the arena to help us realize our potential.” Mentors Are Good. Coaches Are Better

– So how do you get to Sesame Street? New York finally reveals the location

– I am intrigued by this tiny knock-off NOKIA phone

What is the Green New Deal?

Excellent thread filled with lots of recommended designer talks.

– “The feeling creates the healing.

– My daughter is officially a Tween and this podcast conversation about how to deal with Teens was just what I needed to listen to.

– This Olive Cake looks yum.

– Wow! Shuudan Koudou Is the Japanese Art of Synchronized Precision Walking

– From earlier this week: How to save our planet

– Psst.. Free shipping this weekend over at Tattly.

– “The nicest applicants came through your job board!” We hear this a lot. I am proud of it. Go hire some nice folks.

– Big thanks to Surge Send for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week.

3 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Really enjoyed These! Thanks.

  2. Lol. Walking on moon makes you look stupid. But respect to Astronauts who are intelligent enough to land on Moon. SpaceX is doing amazing job for Space Expedition.

  3. That astronaut video needs a soundtrack! Try Yakety Sax: