Link Party: 10/27-10/31

There's this really great fountain tucked in the corner of the courtyard  at Kellogg House Pomona. The detailing is beautiful.

There’s this really great fountain tucked in the corner of the courtyard at Kellogg House Pomona. I had never seen it on before, so I had to snap a photo.

Happy Halloween! Here’s what I read this week:

1. Sweden has its own national font now, which I think is creepy and a bad idea. The Blackletter font became synonymous with the Third Reich, and I don’t think that’s a good thing to follow up on.

2. I’m not part of a sorority, but this article on the price of being in one was fascinating. I’ve always wondered how generally expensive it is, and now I know.

3. Eight things recruiters notice about your resume at first glance (and four things that don’t matter.)

4. This man’s neighbor shot down his drone. I can’t say I’m surprised, since the word “drone” doesn’t have a good connotation in this country.

5.  Museums are adapting to the digital age, which makes me very happy.

And a bonus: not an article, but a link to a product that is currently changing my life.

Did you read anything interesting this week? Tell me about it in the comments.

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