The internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
I can't decide what's more amazing: This giant, tubular, public glass treehouse powered by solar energy, or the fact that it's going to to be built in the mountainous forests of Kazakhstan. – Daniel, editorial assistant
Loving this description of awe for aptly describing the way I feel during my best travel experiences. - Berit, editor
The New York Times rounded up some unconventional ways of printing travel photos (on wood, fabric, and fine paper) so they don't just get lost in the camera roll. – Daniel
You will probably resolve to clean out your email promotions tab. But I recommend you star Ann Friedman's podcast and newsletter series — a compliation of important (trending!) current events. Start with the year in review. – Jeralyn, editorial director
Adding Sumida Hokusai Museum to my list of places to visit next time I make it to Japan. The new Tokyo museum is dedicated to 18th-century ukiyo-e master Katsushika Hokusai's beautiful woodblock prints. - Berit
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