February 7, 2021

Links I Love: February 7, 2021

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


Bill Gates: Here’s a Formula That Explains Where We Need to Invest in Climate Innovation. (Time)

Why Publishers Put Up Paywalls. (Morning Brew)

Tips to Make Your Audience Engaged in Your Presentation. (Under 30 CEO)

Scheduling a Meeting the Right Way. (Harvard Business Journal)


Replace Twitter Ads With Your To-Do List. (Lifehacker)

How to Actually Finish a Project Once You’ve Started It. (Lifehacker)

Context Switching: Why It’s So Hard to Avoid & How to Prevent It Anyway. (Doist)

The Art of Listening in 2021. (Shondaland)

How to Get Someone to Apologize. (New York Times)

It’s Time to Find a Therapist. (Lifehacker)

Everything You Need to Manage Your Panic and Anxiety. (Lifehacker)

How to Meet New People After a Year of Isolation. (Conde Nast)


Tired of Being Tired? ‘Queen of Sleep’ Arianna Huffington Has a Month’s Worth of Tips To Help. (Well & Good NYC)

Related: Cultivate the Perfect Evening Routine to Avoid Insomnia. (Lifehacker)

What went wrong with America’s $44 million vaccine data system?. (Technology Review)

Some Covid Survivors Haunted by Loss of Smell and Taste. (New York Times)

Here’s What Runners Should Know About the COVID-19 Vaccines. (Runners World)

How Quickly Do You Lose Fitness: Bounce Back from Missed Runs. (Run to the Finish)

Exercise Is Stress Relief So You Should Probably Go Exercise Right Now. (Lifehacker)

For an Exercise ‘Snack,’ Try the New Standing 7-Minute Workout. (New York Times)


Why Mexico Likely Hates the Idea of COVID Testing for International Travel to the US. (Cranky Flier)

One 18-Hour Flight, Four Coronavirus Infections. (New York Times)

Cabin pressure: the turbulent history of flight attendants. (The Verge)


How this skier got a cool 90K vertical at Beaver Creek in one day. (Vail Daily) A friend sent this to me with a note about not getting any ideas, but honestly, this sounds really boring to me. Red Tail is not a particularly fun run, and doing it over and over sounds terrible!

How Nothingness Became Everything We Wanted. (New York Times)

Draw the Year Ahead. (New York Times)

Should You Repair or Replace Your Car?. (Travel Insider)

How to Offer Help to Someone in a Crisis. (Lifehacker)

The Michael Scott Theory of Social Class. (Alex Danco)

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