A monthly roundup of our favorite nonprofit tech resources and other goodies.
- How one woman was inspired to climb her way out of fear, one icy step at a time.
- Something that might give cat lovers chills: Facebook sampled data from 160,000 users and determined cat people are sad and lonely.
- Maybe the story of a man trying to board a plane with a pet turtle decked out as a hamburger will cheer up the cat people.
- This video of a squirrel decked out as a photographer is a pretty great visual tour.
- Maybe squirrel-created video needs a soundtrack? Allow us to suggest adding President Obama’s summer playlist.
- Netflix obviously thought a nature documentary needed NSFW Aziz Ansari subtitles. They were correct.
- A live video feed from a national park is a nature documentary that needs little to give comfort and interest.
- A custom distribution plushie can offer a range of comfort and interest.
- This adapted nursery rhyme defines a range of distribution words. Measure and report with confidence!
- But not too much confidence, or you might seem threatening! How would you feel if I share these nine non-threatening leadership strategies? Would that be okay user behavior? I’m not 100% sure.
- You can measure user behavior with Google Analytics, Sheets, and Data Studio.
- Apparently you can grow pot in a portable toilet if you live in Oregon?
- Whether or not you live in NYC, the NY Public Library will send you an emoji-inspired image from its archives.
- Modern women wearing Ukrainian crowns were inspired by ancient tradition.
- We end Things We Like with the Bronx Zoo’s first little penguin in its 120-year history.
Photo credit: Cooper Review