My blog is turning 15 today. Maintaining this little corner on the internet has been one of the most rewarding projects ever. I wish more people would go back to owning their content, maintaining their own, well curated corner of the internet. Some of the folks that are doing that and I consistently go back to are:
What personal blogs do you go back to regularly?
Let’s bring blogrolls back!
Happy my 15th blog-iversary to you! Thank you for reading. I appreciate you.
Distance Disco is a digital matchmaking dance party: find the person dancing to your song! I love this so much!
I keep seeing images that perfectly represent what my current life feels like, trying to keep three businesses alive during a global pandemic. This one is by Kylli Spare.
You are standing on a giant floating ball with a hot liquid core.
Love this animated trailer for Peter Mendelsund’s best selling book “
What We See When We Read“, illustrated by Brian Rea.
My heart needed this.
(I am morphing into a dog lover, aren’t I? Or maybe I need a dolphin.)
Fashion that enforces Social Distancing. I am here for it.
I could just wear my “ Prom Dress” that I wore for my undercover 40th birthday Prom party. Why Prom? I never had one, nor did many of my friends so I hosted one. It was fun.
Maker’s Map by Brad Montague. I have definitely been wading through the Fog of Fear. I am currently aiming hard for the unexplored territories.
Loving and totally inspired by these
collages by Frank Moth.
What a moving letter that came with this new
OK Go song. Read it here.
This thread made me laugh. And nod my head in agreement.
This art installation looks delightful.
My daughter (14) and I enjoyed watching this
evolution of dance.
I am hoping to come out of this pandemic with a new sense of self, ready to fly. Beautifully illustrated with this
Tattly by August Lamm.
OMG I love this so much: The NYPL has released an album of sound-based experiences that you might be missing right now as we all shelter at home:
Missing Sounds of New York.
Paul Priestman teaches us how to make a
DIY smartphone stand from an egg box for video calls.