This is fascinating.
– There’s a serious shortage of poll workers for this year’s US presidential election. You can volunteer to be one! Learn more here.
– This headline would have made no sense a year ago. Now, with two kids remote schooling, it made me click not he link: Let Your Kids Bike in Place While They Zoom
– These carved tree leaves are stunning.
– This Chrome/Firefox extension adds helpful features to your Twitter web experience: stay on the chronological timeline forever, move Retweets to a separate timeline, remove sidebar content (Trends, Who to Follow), and a lot more. My Twitter experiences just got way better. (Thanks Kai)
– This documentary over on Netflix is pretty amazing: My Octopus Teacher is the story of a filmmaker who forges an unusual friendship with an octopus living in a South African kelp forest.
– Shahed Khan built a tool that allows you to quickly share your calendar availability inside of Gmail.
– This arch table made me look.
– This Mouse Rubber Boat made me chuckle.
– I love how Kottke shares in this post how he was able to flip the narrative in his head about how he sees and approaches winter season. I keep reminding myself all the time that it is in *my* power how I feel, at all times.
– Uhm… yes, I would love to own this vacuum jug by Eva Solo.
– Mushrooms are having a moment.
– This is an oddly soothing time-lapse: Broccoli sprouts growing in a jar
– A cat scratcher rainbow? Uhm, yeah, that’s funny.
– I like this simple phone sling by OAD