Friday, October 19, 2018

Friday Favorites

I'm so happy to be back sharing my weekly favorites with you! I think for now, I'm going to stick to a 3 post a week schedule - there's just been so much going on that I have to figure out how to make time for everything that I'm interested in doing!

I'm also really excited that I was able to share my proposal for the City of Tomorrow Challenge with you earlier this week. It's something that I've been working really hard on, and it's so special to be able to share it with all of you, too.
Now, on to this week's favorites.

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's Autocomplete Interview
I've written about how great I think the show Big Mouth is, and Season 2 came out last week... of course, I've already watched and finished it! I think all of the Wired autocomplete interviews are fun - it's hilarious to see what people are frequently searching for online! Nick Kroll's and John Mulaney's is particularly funny - worth a watch!

Gmorning, Gnight
My love of all things Lin-Manuel Miranda is well-documented, so it's no surprise that I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. Lin is a prolific tweeter, and he's known for his good morning and good night tweets - tweets that start or end your day with well-wishes, or advice, or encouragement. The book brings them together into one place, and is beautifully illustrated. If you're looking for something to raise your spirits, this book absolutely does the ticket.

90210 on Watch What Happens Live!
My pop culture tastes really run the spectrum - I started watching Riverdale because Luke Perry, who played Dylan McKay in the original 90210, is on it. I'm also a huge Housewives fan, and so this skit on Watch What Happens Live was an amazing intersection of all my interests. Two of the Riverdale actors re-created a famous 90210 scene, with Luke Perry watching (and trying not to cringe). Amazing!

No, You Can't Get the Flu from the Flu Shot
This is something that is not news to me, but I love Teen Vogue for writing about it in such a heads-on manner. This is such a huge misconception, so I'm glad they're addressing it without giving any space to anti-vaxxers. If you haven't yet, get your flu shot!!!

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