Not Martha

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Reclaiming Wife: Chore Monsters, Feminism, and Zombies. Love this suggestion on how to mentally sort domestic skills balanced against being a feminist: “you can always bring in the zombies. As in, would doing or being good at this thing help me survive the zombie apocalypse if I were alone?”

Seeking movies to help me think about clothes. | Ask MetaFilter. A great list of movies I wouldn’t seek out but am intensely interested in.

Make-Yer-Own Oscar Pool Page 2013, at Defective Yeti.

Pamie » Hey, Pamie: “How Do I Not Give the Fuck Up When Other People Get What I Want?”.

Cool Tools – Human Dimension & Interior Space. A comprehensive set of measurements to help you design interiors, furniture and wearables for all people: “Good for architects, costume designers, gadget makers, interface designers, and interior decorators.”

Read Better: Five Steps to a More Balanced Media Diet | Media on GOOD. Via Juniper Moon Fiber Farm.

Sometimes when I am in a three-person conversation the other two people make lots of eye contact but I am excluded. Am I doing something wrong? | Ask MetaFilter. This happens to me all the time and I’d love to know what is going on.

What You’ll Need to Escape New York – Puts my bugout bag to shame.

Monday Music – “Sexy Sexy!” The 2013 Brooklyn Valentines Day Playlist at The Amber Show. See also The Makeout Playlist.

The Business Cards of Alt Summit 2013 – Creature Comforts. See also this roundup at Giverslog. It’s true, the business cards at Alt were amazing this year.

· comments [2] · 02-1-2013 · categories:links · misc ·

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  • 1 Seanna Lea // Feb 1, 2013 at 9:36 am

    I love the articles about house chores (zombies!) and making eye contact and inclusion in conversations. The second one in particular seems like a useful thing for many people in business environments to read and practice upon in order to create a more encompassing and engaging workplace.

  • 2 megan // Feb 1, 2013 at 11:48 am

    Seanna Lea – Once I became aware of the eye contact thing I find myself overcompensating by being sure to glance at everybody. I’ve been in situations where I’ve asked somebody a question and they’ve addressed the answer to somebody else, it’s disconcerting.

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