- Over on my design blog, I launched a new freebie for indie authors, to help jumpstart the book cover design process with their designer: 50 Questions from Your Novel’s Cover Designer.
- File under things I will never use: Sadistic Writing App Deletes Your Work if You Stop Typing.
- Want Safer Passwords? Don’t Change Them So Often. Ha! I knew it.
- Marie Kondo tells us to ditch joyless items but where are we sending them?
- There are only three ways to meet anyone anymore.
- When Abortion Restrictions Increase, Women Start Googling How to Do It at Home. Newsflash: this way is not safer, people using that argument to ban abortion! 😠
- The World Has a Problem: Too Many Young People.
- The party’s over for young people, debt laden and risk averse. “To embrace risk, to have a sense of freedom and possibility, a faith in failure as a learning curve, an interest in activities – drinking, say, or chatting – whose productivity can’t be measured, perhaps because they aren’t productive at all, is plain illogical when you’re living in the economic conditions of this generation.”
- On Being Unintentionally Hurt. The School of Life with an upgrade for your emotional intelligence.
- A Picture is Worth a Thousand Trolls (Or, How We Got Here). Dave Pell’s rumination on today’s political climate.
- Why I let my children read books about upsetting things.
- On Becoming Unfuckwithable. Rawr.
- Let’s end on some good news: Celebrities Partner With DonorsChoose.org To Fund $14 Million In Teacher Projects.
Things of Note:
It was a quiet week over here. All of the rain and gloom last week meant I didn’t go out and about much. Then when sunshine hit on the weekend, insomnia hit me with a Blah mood, so nothing much happened then either. *shrug* What’re you gonna do? (answer: read, watch Netflix, and lounge around with the dog).
What did you get up to this past week?
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