Sharing favorite links from the past couple of weeks. Hopefully a new habit. Enjoy.
- This book on Mobile Strategy for Nonprofits by Heather Mansfield looks like an incredible resource.
- This post by Austin Kleon on the pre-requisites of the "do what you love" lifestyle is required reading. Especially because it references the Minutemen. ( via Kristina Halvorson ).
- Enjoyed learning about Jen Sorensen, the first female winner of the Herblock prize for political cartooning in this article, which highlights her diverse lifestyle of freelance work.
- Architecture newsreel highlights from the just-released Pathé archive!
- After pro sports/entertainment owner Donald Sterling was banned from the NBA for life for his racism, I saw a lot of tweets like this about the still-racist name of the biggest pro sports/entertainment company here in the DC area.
- That last tweet came from NPR and was probably optimized by the technology in this Nieman Lab article on the emphasis on analytics that NPR is developing.
- This chart breaking down cost of living in to the things that have gone up and the things that have gone down over the past 10 years is eye-opening and disturbing.
- Everyone who builds websites, ask yourself real quick, "Should I use a carousel?"