– 50 ways to be ridiculously generous — and feel ridiculously good. (via)
– Wow, this visualization of money flows (money, salary, income, revenue, etc) is INCREDIBLY powerful. (via Jason Fried)
– I am always discovering new inspiring creative humans via Hiut Denim’s yearly List of Makers + Mavericks
– Type Nerds, check this out: American Type Founders was a business trust created in 1892 by the merger of 23 type foundries, representing about 85% of all type manufactured in the United States. (via)
– Everything You Need to Stock an Alcohol-Free Home Bar, According to Bartenders
– Julie Zhuo asked: “Is there a “love languages” for gratitude? How have you been thanked that’s been the most meaningful to you?” So many good responses to her Tweet.
– Self-Care as a Foundation for Love (via)
– This wool scarf is my trusted companion these days.
– “Reversing consumerism’s financial and cultural dominance in public and private life is set to be one of the twenty-first century’s most gripping psychological dramas.” Can We Have Prosperity Without Growth?
– How to turn off autoplay in Netflix. OMG YES! (via)
– Interesting read: How Employees Prefer to Give and Receive Recognition at Work
– Father knitted a data viz blanket of his infant’s sleep patterns
– This is a beautiful couch.
– Don’t think this would feel all that great to wear but still a fun idea: Japanese art student Rie Sakamoto has created a line of clothing made out of rubber bands that are knitted together.
– This made me laugh: “EndZoom is a physical button that ends the awkward existential angst of saying goodbye at the end of ZOOM meeting whilst desperately trying to navigate to the ‘Leave Meeting’ text button within an acceptable timeframe.”
– Why Scientists Fall for Precariously Balanced Rocks
– Wow, this Webcam Setup by Dan Mall is pro.
– I will start using this technique from now on: The Immediacy Filter.
– When we lose weight, where does it go?
– Questions That Lead to Sexual Intimacy. Inspired by: To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This
– I am so very very excited over the launch of the Kale Tattly.
– A big thank you to Parsons at Open Campus for sponsoring my blog this week.
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— Kevin Kelly
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