Friday Five

It’s been too long since I’ve shared a Friday Five! Here are some things that caught my interest recently. 1.Someday, a two-minute video from The Minimalists.   2. Georgia O’Keeffe.  The Brooklyn Museum has put together a wonderful exhibit on...

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Some happy links and cool clips for you this week! Gifts with Meaning: Nicholas Kristof, who wrote Half the Sky, offers his annual holiday gift guide, “the chance to recommend presents more meaningful than a tie or sweater.” How “treat...

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Some happy links and cool clips for you this week! This was posted a while ago, but it bears repeating. Neil Gaiman on why our future depends on libraries, reading, and daydreaming. “…reading fiction, that reading for pleasure, is one of the most important...

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Citizen Science. I love this! National Geographic has links to dozens of opportunities for you (and your kids) to participate in projects that help scientists answer real-world questions and gather data. Take a butterfly census. Snap photos. Collect weather data. Here...

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In the ten years since Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love was published, many people have taken their own adventures. Now she wants to hear from you. Elizabeth Gilbert is organizing an anthology composed entirely of your essays. Use this link to submit your...

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It’s time once again for the Friday Five. “There are two types of people in this world: those with hundreds of unread messages, and those who can’t relax until their inboxes are cleared out.” Which one are you? Joe Pinsker at The...

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