Ok, so I actually broke my blog this week, so I couldn't post my #happy post until I fixed it. One of the downsides of artisanal web apps: it's your fault if they break. But we're back, so I'm back!
In my oppinion, the more parks the better: President Obama Designates National Monument in Maine's North Woods.
I found S4E4 - Tokyo Fashion Trip to be a lot of fun. It's a discussion from the Penny Arcade staff on a trip to Tokyo and researching the fashion there.
DJ Shadow feat. Run The Jewels - Nobody Speak is one of the best music videos I've seen in years. It's so good!
Thanks to What I liked 2016-08-14, I read two great articles:
"Now for the fun part." is the next step in Mozilla Open Design, which has been fun to watch. I'm not a fan of their designs, but it's a cool process to see evolve.
Gregory Porter: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert is absolutely beautiful. It caused me to buy two of his albums.
The Art of Japanese Cuisine in Austin: The Sushi Chef with Tyson Cole is a neat look into the background of a chef. I love videos like this. If you enjoy this film, you'll probably really enjoy Chef's Table.
"What We Know About the Cyberattack on Democratic Politicians" is a nice timeline of the cyberattacks from this presidential election.
Learning how to make introductions online is pretty important. The Medium article, "This is how adults make email introductions" is quite a good primer.
I hope you have a great week!