Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Packaging made from soap, a seesaw at the border, the women who invented popular music and more

Bright Pink Seesaw Unites People at US-Mexico Border A set of neon pink seesaws along the US-Mexico border (in Sunland Park and Ciudad Juárez, respectively) have been installed by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello—who work together as Rael San Fratello. The installation—called “Teetertotter Wall”—is playful and powerfully defiant. Rael calls it the “literal fulcrum for the US-Mexico relations” where it’s blindingly clear that “the …

Surfline’s Newest Feature Records Your Surf Sessions

Surfline, the app and website trusted by surfers across the globe to report conditions, has launched a new feature on both platforms. Using their pre-existing livestream cameras (there are 500 cameras positioned at popular destinations around the world), surfers use the accompanying Surfline Apple Watch app and hit record before paddling out. The livestream cameras begin recording once prompted, and when users are done, they …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Hoverboards, bikes, airplanes and more in our look around the web

Women-Led DJ Collectives Rule NYC’s Club Scene The empowering women-centric DJ collectives that are dominating NYC’s clubs are full of longtime artists who have been playing venues for years. The collectives focus on collaboration and amplification in an industry where women are still underrepresented. “We don’t really talk about who the hottest DJ is. We’re more into cultivating individuality and ushering what you have out …