10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 16–22 January 2016

  1. The above drawing by Dallas Clayton makes me happy.
  2. Helena Fitzgerald's TinyLetter is something you should subscribe to. In particular, "Forever" is proof of this.
  3. Vintage corporate films tickle me, and this one from 1955, DuPont's "Mylar: What's It to You?" (video), is pretty good.
  4. Lizard people need love, too.
  5. My grandparents' generation went through some dark times, so Monica Sok's "On Fear, Fearlessness, and Intergenerational Trauma" speaks to me.
  6. Lady Gaga says we are communicating lies (video), and I'm inclined to agree with her.
  7. It's good to know how your Instagram photos can be used by brands.
  8. The full text of Sarah Palin's Trump speech brings us to a whole new level of absurdity.
  9. Academics have traced the origins of fairy tales as far back as 6000 years.
  10. Watch Syrian children discover the joy of sledding in the snow (video).