Weekly Connection – 25th July

🌈 To make sense of messy research, get visual, says the IDEO design team. I feel post-its coming on. LINK

🧠 The surprising link between language and depression. LINK

“Now, in a whole long day of croissants in the morning and multiple dog walks and stops at the bodega for yogurt and jam, I may speak with people I care about only in type.”

– Elizabeth Wurtzel, on self-help

🍽 The Pencilsword on a Plate – a short comic about privilege by perennial favourite and Kiwi illustrator Toby Morris. LINK

🐕 A heart-warming piece on the human/doge relationship. Love rarely touches the reasoning parts of the brain. It touches the dreamy parts, the devoted parts—it touches the parts we sometimes call the heart. For many thousands of years, it’s there that our dogs have lived. LINK

🌝 This Friday the UK will see the longest lunar eclipse in a century. Blood moon! LINK

🗺 Native Land – a map of indigenous territories. LINK

♻ The phrase ‘men are trash’ can actually be directly translated into; ‘masculinity is in transition and it’s not moving fucking fast enough.’ LINK

This week I’m also thinking about:

  • Not much due to the London heatwave
  • Planning trips to Norway, Dublin, Jordan and Egypt, followed by New Zealand in December
  • Theatre – planning to see Killer Joe (aka Orlando Bloom’s butt), Summer & Smoke, Hamilton, the Heathers musical
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