David Bowie and Cher sing duet of “Young Americans” and other songs on 1975 Variety Show. Wow.
The Ostrich Pillow from a few years back could come in really handy for those of us, stuck at home, wanting to get some peace and quiet.
This Web app lets you release any pandemic-pent up frustration in the form of a scream, then broadcasts it from speakers in the Icelandic wilderness.
Summer is here in NY and that’s a good time to remind everyone that Tattly are indeed waterproof. Go sleeve up, dive in, have some fun!
This is the world I want to believe in: Barcelona’s Liceu opera house reopens for performance to an audience of 2,292 potted plants. My heart!
Distance Disco is a digital matchmaking dance party: find the person dancing to your song! I love this so much!
You are standing on a giant floating ball with a hot liquid core. Plan accordingly.
My heart needed this.
(I am morphing into a dog lover, aren’t I? Or maybe I need a dolphin.)
Love this 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.
NIGHTLY QUESTION: what is the pettiest, silliest, most meaningless hill you are willing to die on
— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) May 12, 2020
This thread made me laugh. And nod my head in agreement.
Wander: Natascha McElhone Reads Hermann Hesse’s 100-Year-Old Love Letter to Trees in a Virtual Mental Health Walk Through Kew Gardens