Friday Link Pack

FEBRUARY 24, 2017

Link Pack1 is a set of recommendations that you, as I did, might enjoy or find interesting. Today it begins with Eyes Wide Open, a movie shoot by Vitùc in 2016 in Bangladesh which music was produced, composed, and arranged by Rem Perry.

  • "A robot to teach [kids] coding:" Root.
  • A book: Deep Work by Cal Newport2.
  • A quote: "Design is a word that’s come to mean so much that it’s also a word that has come to mean nothing." —Jonathan Ive
  • I’m in love with Gérard Michel’s urban sketches.
  • An article: Frequency Is The Word by Victoria Haidamus.
  • Remember GameBoy Camera? Now for iPhone—8-Bit Pocket Camera.
  • Create a native macOS app from any website with Nativefier3.
  • Psst! I'm almost done writing the next essay for Getting Simple. Subscribe here to support and join my journey to simplicity.

Have a great weekend!

  1. You can browse previous link packs here

  2. Cal Newport highlights the rules needed for success in our distracted world and digs into the whys and hows "deep" work should be prioritized over "shallow" work. 

  3. It lets you pack any website as a native macOS electron app. It also includes Chromium inside, so you know that who ever runs it will have an up-to-date "browser". 

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