September 20, 2020

Links I Love: September 20, 2020

Want to stay in bed longer? Here’s what I’ve been loving, laughing at, and getting intrigued by all week long. Now cozy up with your laptop/tablet and enjoy 🙂

Links I Love
Original image source: Mike Licht


You might be able to rent a Peloton bike one day, CEO John Foley says. (CNBC)

Measuring The True Value Of The Store: Here’s The New Math. (Forbes)

Uncle Ben’s Changes Brand Rooted in Racist Imagery. Now It’s Ben’s Original.. (Wall Street Journal)

☕ Pumpkin Spice Newsletter: A Case Study in the Power of Copywriting. (Total Annarchy)

Why Goodreads is bad for books. (New Statesman)


How to Use Storytelling When Facts Fail to Convince Someone. (Lifehacker)

Finally Organize Those Photos. (New York Times)


Fever Checks Are No Safeguard Against Covid-19. (New York Times)

How to Choose the Best Face Mask for Exercise. (Lifehacker)

9 Jogging Tips. (Run to the Finish)

Exercise Shouldn’t Feel Horrible. (Lifehacker)

This Incredibly Common Fiber Mistake Makes You Farty and Sad. (Well & Good NYC)


I Don’t Get It: What’s the Point of the ‘Let’s Go There’ Ad Campaign?. (Skift)

Airplane Cabins Could Look Different the Next Time You Fly. (MSN)

Tourism Leaders Need to Expect the Unexpected in the Next Decade. (Skift)

Southwest Airlines Loses Another Competitive Advantage. (Forbes)

Alaska Airlines Aims for Smarter Pricing During the Crisis With the Help of New Tech. (Skift)

Airports Push for New Contactless Tech and Automation as Budgets Shrink. (Skift)

Flying V long-distance plane makes its first flight as a scale model. (New Atlas)


Forget 2021 — Leading Science Writer Says Pandemic Is a 36-Month Event. (Skift)

Similar: Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year. (New York Times)

Blame the People in Charge. (Lifehacker)

Don’t Change For One Person. (Friday Forward)

The Fun Scale. (REI)

How To Maintain the Momentum for Helping Others Without Burning Yourself Out. (Well & Good NYC) I have admittedly scaled back on volunteering due to COVID19, since I’m not as willing to do things in person, but I’m trying to get back into it.

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