Another thoughty week runs the gamut from the sublime to the absurd. Just for you, my thoughty friends 🙂
This is from the learning and development side of my life, but, I figured, why not share the love? The social learning blog offers 22 free elearning and graphic design resources.
Author Media created this infographic that gives you ALL the sizes for all images on the most popular social media. Cheat sheet? AWESOME!
New technology for books! Check out the booktrack. Posted by Laurence MacNaughton on Jane Friedman’s blog.
All work and no play makes Johnny . . . crazy? Watch this TED talk and see what you think:
Five ways animals suffer from mental illness from ted.ideas.com. Phil and I have always been convinced we raise neurotic pets . . .
From the Telegraph: phobias may be memories passed down in our genes from our ancestors. Whoa, dude.
Brainpickings presents the theology of rest. “Rest, instead of being something passive, is actually an act of resistance.”
Try the Celtic version of the zodiac. The Celtic tree calendar from Irish Central.
A literary travel guide to the UK from ShortList.
Ted.ideas.com asks which country does the most good for the planet?
Six sites gain world heritage site status. Discovery news.
How much room would we need to supply the entire world with solar energy? I Fucking Love Science has the scoop.
Have a closer look at Europa with National Geographic. I love Europa. Wrote a poem about her once 🙂
The Atlantic present more of the entrants in the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
Love pugs? How about Game of Thrones? A couple of creative souls decided to put the two together and this is what they came up with:
HelloGiggles brings us an ode to sloths.
Wired’s absurd creature of the week: the assassin bug. More like creepy creature. Gives me the wiggins.
The truth about public toilet seats from Lifehacker.
And now that you’re suitably grossed out, I shall bid thee adieu!
The best in edutainment. Nothing’s too good for my writerly friends 🙂