– I virtually danced my heart out yesterday with The Get Down. It was just what I needed. Pure medicine. My friends in other cities joined, I pinned their video and felt like we were dancing together. I love the internet.
– With SXSW cancelled, independent artists missed the chance for their work to be seen. So, Mailchimp built a home for their short films on the Mailchimp Presents platform. Love. This. So. Much.
– This is dedication: Talking Book, a stop-motion experiment
– Super kid-friendly video from Vox about the importance of hand washing with soap to kill coronavirus.
– A massive list of authors (mostly children’s) reading their books online. (Thank you Ruth)
– I keep coming back to this Hurry Slowly podcast episode with Adrienne Maree Brown: Are you satisfiable?
– I have been on so many Zoom calls this week with hundreds of folks and some of them accidentally started sharing their screen. I didn’t realize there is such a thing as “Zoombombing”. This extensive Zoom guide by my team member and friend Alexa will help you prevent Zoombombing from happening.
– This boobie-vase is so funny.
– This Brooklyn Townhouse. Swoon!
– Seth Godin says we need to go back to curation. (He says some very nice things about me in this episode. Day made!)
– Nothing to see here. (Made me chuckle!)
– Netflix Party lets you watch Netflix with your friends online.
– These felted bunny slippers are adorable.
– Even tough CreativeMornings is known for IRL (in real life) events, we are moving all gatherings to digital. Today there were over 30 events happening around the world. You can tune in from the comfort of your living room. Check out upcoming chapter events and virtual smaller virtual workshops called FieldTrips.
– Tattly is having a really hard time financially. My heart hurts.
– Sugar Mouse.