Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.
- Life’s a Party, Not a Race (Cup Of Jo)
- Uni-ssentials – true, gender-neutral design – New Balance introduces a new approach to contemporary basics. The traditional S-XL sizes have been reformatted as unique size blocks based entirely on body shape, with no pre-conceived notions of sizes and fits being specifically “for” anyone.
- Gozney has arrived to the pizza oven party (design\milk)
- Haha, this would clear me out! New Zealand hopes blasting music will cause protesters to leave – Mallard’s playlist has evolved in recent days, it now includes an out-of-tune recorder rendition of Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On.” (NPR)
- YES, this! The public WANTS answers. Will we get them? The first day of the mass murder inquiry was dominated by a condescending and offensive panel on mental health (Halifax Examiner)
- The Divine Honesty Of Heather Havrilesky – Havrilesky’s brutally truthful memoir has split critics into two camps: those who get it, and those who don’t. (Bustle)
- New Rural – have you ever wondered what it might be like to live in the countryside? (SF Girl)
- Quilts made by generations of women in Gee’s Bend, Alabama, have hung in the Met, the Whitney, and the Smithsonian Museum of Art. They’ve been shown at galleries and art fairs around the world … and now with Etsy, online sales have given Gee’s Bend quilters control over their work (The Verge)
- She did it. My girl Alie finally did an episode (part 1) on ADHD and boy howdy, I lisened hard (Ologies)
- And don’t forget, it’s PANCAKE TUESDAY next week! Man throws free pancake party for neighborhood to make friends: ‘My wife says I’m getting weird’ (Upworthy)