The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #211

  1. Coronavirus Will Change the World Permanently. Here’s How. | “A crisis on this scale can reorder society in dramatic ways, for better or worse. Here are 34 big thinkers’ predictions for what’s to come.”
  2. Just 4 Seconds of Exercise Counteracts the Terrible Effects of Sitting All Day | “New science offers an easy way to offset all the sitting you’ve been doing lately.”
  3. Remote Work Has Its Perks, Until You Want a Promotion | “Companies like Facebook and Twitter expect many employees to work far from headquarters after the pandemic. That calls for a change in corporate cultures.”
  4. How About a 4-Day Workweek Already? | “With the coronavirus pandemic shutting down much of the world, the future of work is more uncertain than ever. As businesses start to reopen, the question of how people can return to work safely looms large — and for many, it’s likely that workplaces will look quite different for a while.”
  5. Improve Your Critical Thinking With This Cheatsheet | “The next time you need to think critically about something—whether you’re considering a new idea, weighing the pros and cons of a potential decision, or evaluating whether you can trust a particular news source—it’s worth asking yourself a few simple questions.”
  6. Ai Weiwei Has Designed Face Masks to Raise Funds for COVID-19 Relief | “A defiant middle finger, a heap of sunflower seeds, and various mythical creatures are all silk-screened in black ink on the blue cloth backdrops of nonsurgical masks. The artworks the most recent intervention by artist and activist Ai Weiwei (previously) to help raise money for organizations directly involved with combating the coronavirus pandemic.”
  7. How to Safely and Ethically Film Police Misconduct | “The human rights organization WITNESS provides guidance on exposing violent and discriminatory policing.”
  8. 75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice | “Note this article is continually updated to ensure each item is accurate and needed today.”
  9. Responsive web design turns ten. | “Hey, here’s a thing that’s fun to say: Happy tenth birthday, responsive web design! That’s right: the original “Responsive Web Design” article turns ten today. It feels odd to think the article’s been online for a decade; odder still to think of everything that’s happened since it was published.”
  10. 100 blind self-portraits | “My blind contour drawing project I began in February hit 100 drawings, so I made a zine out of them.”

Image: artwork by Austin Kleon, link #10.