“The units come fully furnished; there’s a laundry room and a yoga studio. But more, there are the things you might ordinarily need to leave your apartment for—an espresso bar and trendy eateries and happy hours. Most critically, WeLive comes stocked with neighbors who intend to become your real-life human friends. This one building, your home, has everything you could ever need, is the idea, including a built-in community.” If you’re a misanthrope, your dystopia is already here. It’s called WeLive.

+ NYT: How Tiny Red Dots Took Over Your Life.

+ Jia Tolentino: The seductive confinement of a weighted blanket in an anxious time.

+ “An overuse of touchscreen phones and tablets is preventing children’s finger muscles from developing sufficiently to enable them to hold a pencil correctly.”