meanwhile, elsewhere

It’s Friday’s online finds: Grab a cocktail and dig in.

  • On a positive note, it will be a lot easier to update the actual Tokyo 2020 logo than the fake one, which was probably too good to be true (Creative Bloq)
  • Speaking of good design but sad news: Milton Glaser, Master Designer of ‘I ♥ NY’ Logo, Is Dead at 91 (NYT)
  • Would you rather facilitate a PTA meeting around schools reopening in the fall, or do a trust fall into a pit of crocodiles? (McSweeney’s)
  • How do you make your pesto? (Food52)
  • Of course, he did (twitter)
  • Y’all, I totally want this book (SMT)
  • 14 Black Women We Should All Learn About In History Class (Bored Panda)
  • Single-use plastic is no longer needed, surtles (sea turtles) everywhere are happy (Grist)
  • Merriam-Webster Revises ‘Racism’ Entry After Missouri Woman Asks for Changes—Kennedy Mitchum, 22, said the dictionary definition needed to be expanded to include systemic racism. The dictionary’s editors agreed. (NYT)
  • Had no opinion about Dakota Johnson until I went on her house tour (video) and I quite enjoyed the house and her (AD)
  • Why work from home when you can work from your yard in a cabin-pod (Design\Milk)
  • Barcelona Opera Reopens With An Audience Of Plants (NPR)
  • I’m down for this
  • The run/walk method sounds tempting… older runners were able to post faster finish times when they transitioned to a Run-Walk strategy (The Runner Beans)
  • David is now at a day camp every day paddling, swimming and living his best summer life 🙌 🙌 🙌 🙌 but I wish I thought about this last month (offspring)
  • Can be combined with Cards Against Humanity (and alcohol) for extra laughs—The Perfect Post-Quarantine Game (Done with 2020)
  • How ironic, then, that Instagramming may ultimately bring more of us into a close relationship with the natural world. The NPS, in spite of the headaches that come with bigger crowds, is using social media to attract more diverse groups of visitors. (Outside)
  • Nutritional yeast is an incredibly versatile pantry staple that can be used in soups, salads, over popcorn and even in noodle dough. It also just happens to be vegan (gasp!) (Serious Eats)
  • I tweeted a tweet… see the full thread here:

Until we meet again, xo


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