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#breadcrumbs, April 29th, 2016

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Our Slack channel #breadcrumbs is essentially short form for our internal knowledge sharing initiative: BIRDWATCH.

Our team’s love of sharing the latest and greatest has resulted in a collection of over 10,000 links. Now, we’re opening up the wealth of knowledge that is #breadcrumbs to you.
Here’s what caught our attention this week: Millennials, Greenland, SNL, and more!

1. Legendary graphic designer and cool-kid Aaron James Draplin spoke at an AIGA NY event, and yes, we did bring our Field Notes. Check out our coverage of the event.

2. In keeping with the bearded man theme, we are honored to have photographer Lawrence Braun in our studio next week for a NYCxDesign week event.

3. Saturday Night Live cuts their ads by 30% next season, but plans to add sponsored sketches into the show. Where’s Target Lady when you need her?

4. We’ve heard of birds-eye view, but what about bears-eye view?

5. Photographer Adrienne Salinger’s iconic 1995 photo book examining teenagers bedrooms gets a second life with its digital debut.

6. Millennials are the largest living generation… no wonder there are so many articles about them.

7. Cue the makeover montage: your terminal get an appearance update with these zsh plug-ins.

8. Interactive site shows the scary truth about Greenland’s glacial melting problem.

9. This Rube Goldberg browser reminds us of an OK GO music video, and we can’t stop watching.

10. A new video game platform lets your smart phone be the controller while your browser is the console.