Link Love: 6.20.13

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William Eggleston

• Is social media encouraging us to act out online? The New York Times thinks so. “Our growing collective compulsion to document our lives and share them online, combined with the instant gratification that comes from seeing something you are doing or experiencing get near-immediate approval from your online peers, could be giving us more reason to act out online, for better or for worse.”

• I love this advice that covers how to have a fascinating conversation with anyone!

• 3 awesome summer art camps!

• The Everygirl offers up two strategies for managing stress.

• Classical statues dressed up as hipsters? Yes, really.

• Mike McDerment just released a free e-book that teaches you how to charge what you’re worth.

• 27 is a weird age. I remember it well!

• Are your blog posts falling short of greatness?

• Facebook is introducing hashtags. The downward spiral has begun!

• Did you know that some public service jobs in the U.S. have loan forgiveness that can wipe away college-related debt after 10 years in a field?

• Looking for some simply beautiful thank you cards? These new designs from Blow got my attention.

• Remember, we’re all just people.

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