Today is a special day. It’s the birthday of one of my oldest friends, Raija and my little but not so little anymore cousin Kayla! Happy Birthday to you both!
It’s been another crazy busy week, I’ve got job opportunities coming out my ears, and they are across North America, yesterday I presented a Social Media 101 training session to my company, which went really well AND I got my hair did last night by the very talented Matthew.
And now, without further ado, this weeks’ Show & Tell:
- Toronto has some of the best and most diverse food cultures in North America. This HuffPo post on Toronto Food: 32 Food Things Only A Torontonian Would Understand makes me really hungry.
- I stumbled upon The Art of Manliness‘ Man Knowledge section earlier this week and started reading more of the site. It’s a pretty great bookmark for every man who wants to be manly.
- A German job search site Jobs In Town has put together a really great visual campaign. You’ve got to see it.
- Manul – the Cat that Time Forgot aka the Pallas’s Cat is a prehistoric cat species and about twelve million years ago it was one of the first two modern cats to evolve and it hasn’t changed since.
- This poem, written by a 14 year old boy, has made the rounds of the internet lately, but you should read it. And read it now.
- I love mysteries, especially unexplained ones, even though I sometimes have nightmares about them. These 17 Mysteries Awaiting Explanation are pretty intriguing.
- This is my new desktop background at work. It’s very calming.
- 14 Mind-Blowing Facts That Will Change Your Perception Of Time is pretty neat and really makes you think.
- Need to waste some time? Check out The Useless Web. OMFGDogs is one of the first pages I looked at – it’s a bright, crazy coloured gif that could cause a seizure so be careful.
- You may have seen this heart warming video being shared around the web about “3 Year Old Emily who wants to donate her hair to sick children”. I’m very proud to say this is the niece of my friend and amazing hair stylist Matthew Collins.