An end-of-weekly roundup collecting fffffive of the fffffoxiest things I fffffind stumbling around the web. More about the genesis here. Every dang Friday Round-Up here, you procrastinating slacker!
Two things I want: to be this cool when I am 76, and to find as many stories like this between now and when I turn 76. [Facebook-ed, via Marilyn Maciel]
More of a marketing-type post than I usually share of a Friday, we're all a little work-weary, especially heading into a holiday weekend here in the U.S., but this piece by photographer Billy Sheahan on how and why giving it away is good for business is one of the smartest things I've read on the topic, from a civilian or an expert. (Guess he learned something at that SB3 conference, huh?) :-) [delicious-ed]
The Grapes of Wrath, ultra-condensed version. [Stumbled, via Roger Ebert].
Wonderful art from a remarkable young Brooklyn artist. [Tumbled, via Expresh Letters]
Image by mathiasbaert via Flickr, used under a Creative Commons license.