Weekend Reads #83

Friday, July 21, 2017

Oh, would you look at that—I showed up here again. Well. With it being too hot to breathe and eat (and I thought that wasn't possible), can you blame me? I hope you're navigating the summer in the best way imaginable. However, in less than a month, I'll be in the south hemisphere for the first time ever, so I guess I shouldn't be complaining much. Anyway, here are some links for you. Enjoy!

Would you rather give up Facebook or Microsoft? (In case you're from the US, swap 'Microsoft' for 'Apple' ;))

The psychological importance of wasting time. Someone had to say it out loud!

Sex in advertising: Why Berlin wants to ban billboards with 'weak, hysterical, dumb' women. (Your answer: because it's the best city in the world, obviously.)

This is fun: a man uses a 3-D model of his face to get a national ID. And gets away with it!

Might be important to read for some of you: an ode to being 29. (I'm turning 29 in September—WHAT?!)

How to be miserable. While this is nothing more than an inverted guide on how to be happy, it's still powerful. I don't know why, but I sure as hell recognized some of my actions here and want to change them, because I know they do make me miserable.

What girls are made of—a brilliant ad I hadn't seen before.

Have a nice weekend! Tihana

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