Sunday Roundup: 1/17/16

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#QOTW:

“The Internet has grown up. It is no longer just about providing information but about fundamental changes in the way we go about our daily lives.” – Eric Schneiderman, New York Times

Reading:

Want to Be an Outstanding Leader? Keep a Journal: If Harvard Business Review says it, it must be true.

The Web is Creating a Generation of Miserable Kids: I'm genuinely glad I didn't have Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, or even Facebook in high school, let alone middle and elementary school.

A cool Netflix hack from Brit + Co. to discover lots more to watch: Recipe for disaster.

Why Do Americans Work So Much? John Maynard Keynes predicted a society so prosperous that people would hardly have to work. Yeahhh... that didn't happen.

A Pep Talk Generator! You're awesome.

Coveting:

Here wireless earbuds: What's that? Can't hear you.

Ray, a decently stylish fitness and sleep tracker: The industry has made big strides (so to speak) with making wearables actually semi-attractive. 

Fern & Roby speakers: Feast your eyes (and ears).

Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer: Nothing about this that ISN'T awesome.

Sony Turntable: Hot damn. This beauty turns your vinyl into high-resolution audio tracks, outputting them to your PC or Mac via USB port.