Friday Links :: LEGO, Humpback Whale, Sketching

Blake storyboard

Google has a fun little app called Storyboard. It transforms your videos into storyboard type images. After loading a video in the app, you can change the look of the storyboard by pulling down on the screen. You can save the ones you like. Here’s one from a video of Blake rolling on the grass. :-) To be honest, I’m not entirely sure what you would use this app for, but it’s a bit of fun.

The World’s Largest LEGO Cherry Blossom Tree Blooms in Japan.

These sketches by A. Rmyth from the kasbah in Marrakesh are delightful! I wish my sketching were this good. :-)

I am always fascinated to read about the behind the scenes workings of small/independent businesses, there’s always something to learn, right? And it always puts into perspective how every single purchase we make from an independent biz has a big impact on that person’s life. Case in point, this The True Cost of a Pattern – revisited post from Woolly Wormhead. You put in time and money to create a pattern (or whatever) and then you cross your fingers that people will actually buy it. It’s scary stuff!

The humpback whale saved a diver. Whales are the best! ♥♥♥

In case you’ve been looking for a way to colour code emails in Gmail, Labels + filters are the perfect combo. Tony makes fun of me for my excessive (according to him!) Gmail organizing, but how can you just let all emails sit in the inbox?! Crazy! Anyway, if you haven’t used labels and/or filters before, check out this post: How to Easily Color Code Gmail for Clear Visual Organization.

These Cheesy Chili Baked Potato Fries look delicious!

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