Man, it feels good to be back writing a new issue! Let’s be honest — there’s a whole lot going on in the world right now, and anything that feels “normal” is good.
I’ve got a backlog of about a month’s worth of links, so here are ten I think you’ll like. See you next week!
1. It’s Masters Week. Well, sort of. At this point the 2020 Masters has been rescheduled for November 12–15, and I sure hope it happens. Thankfully the tournament has still embraced this week, and it was fun to see ESPN replay the final round of the 1986 Masters on Wednesday. CBS will air the final round of the — ahem — 2019 Masters on Sunday. We can watch that one every year as far as I’m concerned.
2. We’ve been working from home for basically the last month, and I can’t imagine our team doing it without Basecamp. So for the foreseeable future, my Basecamp book is free, and I hope a ton of folks find it helpful.
3. And speaking of Basecamp, I loved this post showing all of their remote home offices. You can find many more like this over on The Sweet Setup.
4. This week I tried out LettuceMeet, a Doodle replacement, and it worked really well.
5. During this season you might be finding yourself moving in-person events online, and StreamYard looks like a promising way to put together a professional broadcast on the cheap.
6. Baron Fig assembled this awesome bundle of their essential gear for the home office.
7. I’m not sure it would be the right tool for me, but I love the concept of reMarkable 2 — an e-ink tablet with stylus.
8. I’m such a sucker for nostalgic design applied to newer things. In this case, it’s good movies as old books.
9. Sign of the times: an empty Walt Disney World.
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