Links we love today: Hot toddy recipes, artisanal pencil sharpening, getting ridof resumes and more
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Here are the links we loved today:
What’s your blues musician name?
The Hot Toddy Project tells you how to make seven tasty toddies.
The 10 craziest lines from the Miami New Times’ interview with Victoria Jackson; 25 designers you should be following on Instagram; 6 hit songs written unexpected people.
Beautiful lines lifted from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s journals; Sheila Heti interviews Joan Didion for The Believer; Rookie interviews Kiernan Shipka (aka Sally Draper).
PBS launches Downton Abbey accessory line…and it’s immediately pulled from their site.
How the glock became America’s favorite weapon.
Four-year-old pulls out nine bags of weedin Connecticut kindergarten.
David Rees: Cartoonist, political satirist, author, artisanal pencil sharpener.
Now, more than ever, America needs a baller in chief.
Saddest how-to of the day: “How to Live Without Friends.”
This chocolate-themed phone looks a lot like my old choc-ulator.
Business Insider predicts that our social media accounts will soon replace our resumes:
A shocking 90% of big companies are using scanning systems to vet candidates, and others are disregarding resumes entirely.
Psst, the entire series of Extras is on sale at Amazon for under $20.
MIT invents a folding car; Take a look at the highest resolution photo of Earth ever taken.
Here’s a thing you could be doing right now: watching a baby condor on a live webcam.
Or, listening to Ingrid Michaelson’s beautifully layered a capella cover of REM’s “Night Swimming.”
Amanda Knox plans to go back to Italy, which is maybe not a great idea.
The full trailer for Austin-developed iOS game God of Blades is online now!
NPR rounds up a bunch of awesome Maurice Sendak appearances after his epic appearance on Colbert last night.
Richard Simmons did…some stuff on Kathie Lee and Hoda this morning; Tina Fey says of the two ladies’ morning show, “It's just what live TV should be, which is people getting drunk and sitting there."
“Wings of a Dragon,” performed by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally:
Conan debuts his Callista Gingrich impression: