Link Love #007

by | Link Love

Something to read: What if you could live every version of life possible? In The Midnight Library by Matt Haig, there’s a library that contains an infinite number of books, each one the story of another version of reality. This heartwarming fantasy novel brought me a lot of joy and I think you might like it.   

Because I’m still obsessed with NFTs:Here’s a video explaining NFT smart contracts

Something interesting: Everyday there’s a new useless innovation. I’m not gonna lie though, this actually looks fun. New exoskeleton lets you enter the boxing ring as a robot

A podcast to listen to: For the entrepreneurs on the list, I’m a super fan of  My First Million podcast. The hosts are definitely tech bros, but theyh ave interesting hot takes on things like Elon Musk, overcoming fears, and listening to your audience. 

Someone to follow: Brooke Bourgeois is a cartoonist for the New York Times and her comics on Instagram give me that “I’m a real grown up” chuckle. 

Something to watch: I keep buying materials for DIYs and not doing them… but this super cute candle looks VERY easy. Maybe we should try it this weekend? 

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