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Happy Friday people,
Here's your weekly dose of things I have found interesting and inspiring around the internet, and hope you do too. Enjoy! 
  1. Album streams:
  2. Socks: A film about heartbreak featuring interviews with real people and their stories, told through the medium of sock puppets (7 mins)
  3. Fish: Fascinating piece about the market for Arowana – the world’s most expensive fish and the crazy market for it.
  4. Snowflakes: A mesmerizing snowflake generator that lets you explore the growth of randomly generated snowflake formations.
  5. Connection: Lovely animation telling the story of a satellite operator whose constant connectivity leaves him disconnected from the real world (9 mins)
  6. Scammers: Interesting article on scam calls and the business behind them. 
  7. Collage: Deborah Roberts creates fantastic large format collages of distorted and mismatched figures.
  8. Soil: Great animation about soil, one of nature's underrated wonders (5 mins) 
  9. Emoji: Nice piece on the thought that goes into making emojis like smiling-face-with-tear, and how they can influence current culture.
  10. Arcimboldo: Neat video essay about painter Giussepe Arcimboldo’s imaginative portraits made entirely of objects such as fruits and veg (6 mins)
  11. Slow TV: Neat map of relaxing real-time journeys from around the world
  12. Salesmen: Entertaining comedy short about some unscrupulous salesmen who get more than they bargained for from a little old lady (7 mins)
  13. Workplace: Interesting piece on the future of the office – and the new balance between physical and remote working.
In case you missed it – the most popular link last time was this great reflection on the world today and the joy of eating potato chips.
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Have a great weekend.
Ryan
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