We have had a busy, and exciting week, having lots of great coffees, meetings, and happy hours with new and interesting people. I even had a lovely lunch up by Columbia University (library pictured above)!
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- We figure anytime is a good time to remind our readers that information architecture will help you save time and money!
- As New Yorkers who love nature, we’re always trying to figure out how to get outdoors more – this list of hikes in the city is perfection.
- I’m definitely going to give the Eisenhower Matrix a try to help me prioritize what is important versus urgent. I can never pass up a 2×2 decision grid!
- These German egg-adopting penguins, Skip and Ping, have captured our hearts!
- We conducted a workshop last week where we kicked things off with the ice breaker question, “What’s your favorite form of self-care?” We’re going to add more good ice breakers to our toolbox from here! (via Swissmiss)
- I can’t wait to dive into the NY Times’ 1619 Project that “examines the legacy of slavery in America.”
- Some subreddits are full of magic, such as this one of tiny animals on fingers.
- I could watch pills dissolve for hours on end! (via Swissmiss)
- These visualizations of overnight stays at National Parks over the months of the year are both interesting and, somehow, calming. (via Kottke)
- Congrats to the many recipients of the NEH grants for humanities research, education programs, cultural preservation, films, exhibitions, and virtual reality projects. Best of luck with your projects!