Friday Links :: Stop Apologising, Murals, Mars

Tiny blossoms
Walking Blake on Sunday, I spotted these tiny blossoms. Spring is on its way even if perhaps it doesn’t exactly feel like it. Monday morning it snowed! :-)

In this episode of the Happier in Hollywood podcast, they discuss saying sorry when you don’t need to. It’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. And something I’m trying not to do. Like apologising for not emailing someone back straight away or apologising for having an opinion.

Folklore Inspired Illustrations by Eveline Bervoets
. Delightful. They remind me of Czechoslovakian cartoons I used to watch as a child.

The Email Charter. So much time could be saved if everyone adopted the email charter.

Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours. I need this book. I love names of colours. {via Gurney Journey}

If you make lots of screenshots, especially if you make notes on them, you might find MonoSnap useful. I’m still getting to know it, but I think it will be very useful indeed.

Vegan tiramisu. I haven’t tried this recipe yet, but it looks delicious.

Soaring Murals of Plants on Urban Walls by Mona Caron. Wow. Just wow.

2,000 Days on Mars With the Curiosity Rover. {via Kottke} Absolutely stunning photos from Mars.

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