This conversation moved me deeply. The question of “Are you engaging in your own campaign of misery?” stopped me in my tracks.
– “A walk-and-talk is a moveable salon. A small group of invited people walk together for a week, having casual conversations side-by-side during most of the day. In the evening the group sits down to an intense hours-long discussion centered on topics chosen daily by those present. A moderator keeps the conversation on that day’s single topic to sharpen it and make it memorable” How to walk and talk (You can download a PDF)
– I have never seen anything more soothing than Pandas playing in the snow.
– This Troika team exercise is fantastic. We have done it at few times within my teams now and it’s incredibly powerful to help others think through their challenges. Empathy building!
– Wow! The exact moment tv news switches from black and white to color in 1967!
– ‘Arquitectura Libre’ is a site collating the colourful, rule-bending buildings of India & Mexico.
– A week ago I hosted a Coffee-Shop-Pop-Up in my home and it was a big hit.
– Yes to a Stainless Steel Sharpie.
– Gastro Obscura’s list of 50 Places to Eat and Drink Before You Die, including a pizzeria w/ a volcano oven, a Bangkok bistro serving 45-year-old stew, a BBQ vending machine, and a farm serving moose milk cheese. Jason curates the best stuff.
– Excellent read: People Are More Generous Than You May Think
– So. Many. Beautiful. Shelves.
– I am dreaming of buying a Wood Fired Hot Tub. This post is thorough.
– AudioPen converts voice notes into text that’s easy to read & ready to share.
– This resonates.
– Where in the world do
mean man sit down to wee? Interesting statistics.
– Puzzmo. Fun!
– The New York Times gathered and analyzed 121 menus from restaurants all over the country. Love this visual article.
– The Basecamp crew just launched Campfire, a super simple group chat, without a subscription. One time fee of $299. Wow! (I love Slack but it’s cost-prohibitive for larger groups!)