– This is a beautiful pot.
– “How do we understand that our 100,000-fold excess of numbers on this planet, plus what we do to feed ourselves, makes us a tumor on the body of the planet? I don’t want the future that involves some end to us, which is a kind of surgery of the planet. That’s not anybody’s wish. How do we revert ourselves to normal while we can? How do we re-enter the world of natural selection, not by punishing each other, but by volunteering to take success as meaning success and survival of the future, not success in stuff now? How do we do that? We don’t have a language for that.” Rethinking Our Vision of Success
– These Relationship Green Flags made me look.
– This is fun.
– The Art Biotop Water Garden, designed by Junya Ishigami
– Are we living in a simulation? – Zohreh Davoudi
– Leave Me Alone let’s you easily unsubscribe from unwanted emails, for a small free. Much better than the services doing it for free and then selling your data.
– From the American Museum of Natural History in NYC, an animated timeline of human evolution, from when hominins first show up in the fossil record in Africa some seven million years ago to the appearance of Homo sapiens about 200,000 years ago.
– I might have found my Halloween costume. (Thank you Sarah)
– The Link Mirror‘s simplicity and elongated narrow stature gets my two thumbs up.
– The Failure Toy – teaching the F-word to all ages
– I love the new Moon Phases Tattly.
– Are you looking for a new job on a creative company? Check the CreativeMornings Job Board. (You can filter by ‘remote’)
– A big thank you to Ode to Things for sponsoring my blog and RSS Feed this week.