If you haven’t already picked up a copy of Mindy Kaling’s new book, Why not me?, you must do so immediately. – Jenn
Here’s what we’ve been loving and reading this week:
- Girl gang: The Recompiler is an all-new zine for women in tech (possibly the first?), featuring all the latest tech-focused news and gadgets through how-tos, reportage, essays and more. (The Recompiler)
- Dinner table talk: In creepy data news, Netflix knows the exact episode of a tv show that gets you hooked. Here, you can see the average episode for 25 shows – do you agree? (The Verge)
- Coveting: These gold-capped, all leather, white, low-top Converse 2.0 ? (Office)
- Real talk: No matter what job you have or what industry you’re in, it’s easy to get disappointed with yourself when something goes wrong, if you don’t meet a personal goal or if you simply didn’t complete something as well as you thought you could have. In situations like this, it’s important to know how to deal with these feelings because it’ll only just further diminish your motivation and productivity if you let it. (99u)
- Style Talk: We’re seriously loving the Alexa Chung-approved Parisian brand, Jacquemus, who put on-trend twists to the classic French wardrobe. (Jacquemus)
- Happening Now: A US Presidential candidate gets a an RFID/NFC chip implanted into his hand. (Wareable)
- Wanderluster: Jamie Chung wonders if travel guidebooks dead? When was the last time you used one? (travel & leisure)
Please send all old guidebooks, presidential candidate movements and Jacquemus skirts to email@example.com.
Image from the FW15 collection of Jacquemus. Available to shop online now.