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By The Verge • Issue #7 • View online
Happy Wednesday!
You’re good enough, smart enough, and doggone it, this newsletter likes you.

📆 What Day Is It In Cleveland?
Hey Cleveland… u ok?
🦥 The Inflatable Sloth Pool Float Investigation
Sometimes you see something so gripping online that you end up on a quest for answers. Sometimes that thing you see is an inflatable sloth pool float. Sometimes that quest takes you to places you weren’t ready to go.
🛫 Next Stop: Memes
Some of the best quarantine content so far has been people trying to recreate scenes from their daily commutes.
This photo already circulated the internet a few billion times (you can tell by how JPEG it is), so I’m not sure where it came from. But I suspect it’s somewhere near the bottom of this meme pile:
The Greek Analyst
“Experts recommend sticking to your daily routine even when working from home”

New Yorkers and Londoners: https://t.co/tsbMaYxJoq
Thankfully people have escalated the complexity of these gags and they’re only getting better.
I love this TikTok.
For anyone missing their London commute.
[sound up] https://t.co/84YcFNDRhn
🌊 The Ocean: Still Insane
Things haven’t been looking so good on shore, and the ocean seems to be taking advantage of the situation. Long the source of our fathomless nightmares, the ocean continues to explore new ways to confound human sensibilities with its profligate evolutionary terror.
Anyway, here’s this thing:
Schmidt Ocean
Check out this beautiful *giant* siphonophore Apolemia recorded on #NingalooCanyons expedition. It seems likely that this specimen is the largest ever recorded, and in strange UFO-like feeding posture. Thanks @Caseywdunn for info @wamuseum @GeoscienceAus @CurtinUni @Scripps_Ocean https://t.co/QirkIWDu6S
🏡 Welcome Home
Welcome to another edition of what I’m now calling Welcome Home: the segment of this newsletter where we hear from readers and see their cribs.
First up is Matheus, a podcast producer, and his assistant Lola.
I’m sure Lola is making that Behringer mic sound purrfect.
Next, we’ve got an impressive space from Enrique, a ghostwriter and editor from Berlin. “I have a cool project on Instagram about portraying people I meet and telling their stories,” Enrique tells me. “Since I’m in quarantine, it’s a bit on hold.”
Finally, we’ve got a very clean setup from Mohamad, a project manager in the medical field.
“Working from home will never be close to what it was when working from my office,” Mohamad says. “Still I am managing or trying to manage things to keep the work flow as it is, hoping that we will pass through this hard time and go back to our regular life.”
I hope so, too. Thanks for sharing.
🌇 And Now, Your Moment Of Zen
Someday we will return to open roads and warm breezes. Until then, take a ride with Bart.
See you on Friday, friends.
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