Things We Like (May 2016)

A monthly roundup of our favorite nonprofit tech resources and other goodies.

  1. Your boss can’t force you to be happy at work. Enjoy the spectrum of your emotions!
  2. The Atlas of Emotions was created as a collaboration with the Dalai Lama.
  3. It is the podcast collaboration many have been hoping for: Another Round & Call Your Girlfriend paired up for 50 minutes of glory.
  4. Alanis Morissette and James Corden paired up for three minutes of updated examples of “irony.”
  5. Plain Text Offenders is composed of a number of examples of “security.” You determine the risk here.
  6. Here is a chart to help determine the risk of a bear attack. It can save your life.
  7. TYPOGRAPHY CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE. I mean, typography can save your life: the before and after of all caps from the National Weather Service.
  8. The Oregon Trail Generation: life before and after mainstream tech. (How did we live without the internet?)
  9. How do we get anything done with the internet?
  10. How did Lhakpa Sherpa become the most successful female Everest climber of all time with so few people knowing about her?
  11. According to this article, more people need to know about “The 10 Best Chrome Extensions You Need to Try Right Now.
  12. We want to try out this glove that translates American Sign Language into English right now.
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