Saturday, May 31, 2014

Weekend Reading Material // No. 7

No. 7 // May 31-June 1, 2014 

+ Now that summer is almost sort-of officially technically upon us, here's the best {and easiest/fastest/etc} way to cut a watermelon into bite-sized pieces.

+ Anyone who knows food truck history and culture, knows who Roy Choi is. But even if you've never heard of him, he still shared some great life lessons on a while back that are worth a read.

+ It's Adoption Week on Small Fry Blog, so if you'd like to read more about the people and process behind adoption, they have some really great posts over there.

+ I'm sure you've all heard the song "Cups" on the radio, like, a bajillion times, yes? Well, Anna Kendrick, the voice behind the song, was named one of FastCompany's 100 Most Creative People in Business this year {she's number eight!} and here's her very awesome interview.

+ 99% Invisible is a San Francisco-based podcast that focuses on design and the "little things," the invisible things in life. If that sounds like it needs more explanation, go check out the descriptions of a few of their latest podcasts and you'll see how awesome they are. They even had a podcast on the Secret Stairs of San Francisco of which, as you know, I am a fan.

+ Okay, this is from last autumn, but I still like this music video version of your average airline flight safety speech. Props, Virgin America, props.

+ Any big decisions to make? Stressed? Confused? Nervous? This will make you feel better.


How is it June already? Arwgawrgarwg. Slow down, year, slow down! Happy first unofficial weekend of the summer, guys!

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