Here are a bunch of resources and useful information for your time of physical distancing. It’s time to get your mental corn popping.
Rachel Donadio explains how a millennial Prime Minister is leading her country through crisis. Vogue
Rodger Sherman: the eight types of people we turn into on Zoom. The Ringer
Erin Blakemore wonders what people used before toilet paper? Cause toilet stuff is fun 🙂 National Geographic
Amber Gibson: there’s an art to isolation—here’s how to stay centred. Medium
Sherpa says, wash your paws!
Starlight Williams shares five inspiring no-travel experiences. National Geographic
Joe Berkowitz lists 88 movies, music, series, and books releasing in the next month. Fast Company
Jennifer Nalawicki says that you can watch these six flower bloom events from your couch. The Smithsonian Magazine
Mike Mettler lists six must-see rockumentaries to shelter in place with. Sound & Vision
A.R. Williams: untouched 4,400-year-old tomb discovered in Saq’qara, Egypt. National Geographic
Michael Greshko: interstellar space is even weirder than expected. National Geographic
Robin George Andrews reports on the bizarre lifeforms found thriving in ancient rocks beneath the sea floor. Cause extremophiles! National Geographic
Jeff Goodell is concerned about rising tides, troubled waters, and the future of our oceans. Rolling Stone
Marina Koren considers the changes in land, sea, and air that have already resulted from the pandemic. The Atlantic
Chris Sweeny: the wondrous life and mysterious death of golden eagle 1703. The Guardian
Giedrė Vaičiulaitytė shares 30 photos by Julius Kähkönen that look like they come from dreams. Bored Panda
True facts about the giraffe. Ze Frank
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you took away something to support you in these challenging times, or to inspire your next creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.