#roundUP: Our Favorite Links From The Week
Hey everyone, and cheers to the weekend! Here in San Francisco we’re enveloped in fog, but for everyone else out there: sit back, relax by the pool, stay cool, and treat yoself to a fruity beverage. While you’re at it, feel free to peruse these articles, too.
Here at thredUP, we’re all about the capsule wardrobe: a closet made up of a few pieces that pair well together in numerous outfits. So when we found this salad dressing to eat all week long on different dishes – the capsule dressing, if you will – we became immediately obsessed. [Food52]
These women, captured by Humans of New York, hit a home run with their one quote about friendship and camaraderie: “We don’t have any hobbies. But we do try to get together a few times a month to judge people and complain about things.” [Buzzfeed]
Pokémon just came out with a mobile game, Pokémon Go, that lets players collect and battle Pokémon by exploring the real world. The device looks like a Pokéball combined with a Google Maps marker pin, and has a vibration function that notifies players when something is happening in the game. If a virtual Pikachu is hanging out in your local train station, you’ll get a buzz. Cool! [Highsnobiety]
If you’re on Snapchat*, which you probably are, you may have noticed a new feature called Memories. Now you can back up the snaps you take, and string together old snaps into new stories and/or longer pieces of content. The feature is being rolled out to all users over the next month, so buckle up! [The Washington Post]
This is a live stream. It’s an on-going video of a stream in Alaska, filled with jumping salmon and brown bears fishing the pink sockeye. So this is a literal live stream. [NY Mag]
That’s about it! Have a great weekend, and tweet at us or leave a comment if we forgot something or you’re just feeling chatty.
*You better be following us (@threduplive)! It’s so fun, we promise.