Daily Archives: October 15, 2015

Link Love: 10.15.15

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• I love the internet! Meg Lewis explains how the internet changed her life by providing her with a circle of friends who accepted her as her true self.

• Is it really possible to be happy every single day?

5 must-haves that every small business website should include.

• Portlanders, there’s an awesome new co-working space opening soon and it’s both affordable and beautifully designed! Check out WeWork.

Gems of Wikipedia is full of amazing discoveries.

• The U.N. has 17 new goals to build a better world. Pretty awesome.

• Interesting move: Playboy is moving away from showing full nudity as the internet fills that demand. The redesign launches next March.

• Taking a screenshot in 1983 pretty much looked like this.

• Emily Henderson shares 3 surprising decorating tips.

• It’s refreshing that a prominent company like Pinterest is taking a visible stand on making its workforce more diverse.

• Turning news into art isn’t easy but Bob Corujo has been doing just that for 60 Minutes episodes over the last 35 years.

• Relive your childhood with The Nostalgia Machine. 1981 was a great year to be born!

• Conde Nast just bought independent music site Pitchfork.

• What happens when you remove digital devices from photos? It really hits home.

• In this video, kids were asked whether they’d rather be rich or happy.


Image: Ghostly Ferns.
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