If you missed it Monday, things look a little different – my old theme was TOO old, so I’ve tried to stuff some of its bits into this generic WordPress template, with mixed success. (“You kids! Get off my lawn!” Oh wait, I don’t have a lawn…)
- Linkity from Smart Bitches. “Caption that Cover” from Smart Bitches.
- “Celebrating Christopher Tolkien’s cartographic legacy“.
- “Architecturally bound: The world’s most stunning libraries“. (via BOOK RIOT)
- “14 hands-free reading tools“.
- “5 books that leave you with hope for humanity“.
- “What I learned from studying billions of words of online fan fiction“.
- “It’s ok to read a little bit (or a lot!) of soothing white noise“.
- 52 book journaling prompts.
- How to find free mysteries online.
- Incorrect October Daye quotes. And another.
Do, Make, Think, Learn
- “The grooming gap: What ‘looking the part’ costs women“.
- How did you celebrate National Handwriting Day?
- Consumer Reports with the basics of the Wuhan coronavirus.
- “10 plant-based dinners to make with a can of chickpeas“.
- “10 slow cooker dump dinners made with just 5 ingredients or fewer“.
- 22 vegetarian Instant Pot recipes.
- Nutella-stuffed tahini chocolate chunk skillet cookie. (via The Kitchn)
- Another episode of Humans Are Weird. Speaking of which, have we done Stabby the Roomba before?
- Calvin & Hobbes stickers.
- LEGO International Space Station.
- Linkity from kmkat.
Cool or Wha…?
- Cat with an exercise wheel.
- “Over the course of one year, this guy managed to film 7 episodes of a soap opera at IKEA without getting caught“.
- Don’t do any of the things pictured. Really.
- “2020 makeup trends to combat facial recognition algorithms“.
- The amount of snow they got on Canada’s East Coast.
- Low-res cats. (Thanks, Cheryl!)
- Oh boy, does it ever have pockets!
- “This sucks bring back telegrams“.
- Very Canadian, eh.
- Bad map projection #358. Hover cursor/long-press to read the caption.
- THE BEST Untitled Goose Game joke.
Find Your Artistic Voice: The Essential Guide to Working Your Creative Magic by Lisa Congdon. Pretty good book about developing one’s own signature style/voice. Lots of interviews with people from a variety of creative/artistic fields.
*swishing tail vigorously* -Mayhem
Nope, she’s not lashing her tail. It’s definitely swishing. She does it A LOT. Jeanne and I tell Mayhem that she has very confusing tail language, but she doesn’t care. LOL.