Feel Good Friday

“Microsoft Solitaire was originally included as part of Windows 3.0 back in 1990, designed specifically to teach users how to use a mouse. Grabbing virtual cards and dropping them in place taught the basics of drag-and-drop in Windows, which we still use today in many parts of the operating system.” Now, the game is 30. And 35 million people still play it monthly.

+ The game that ate the world: 40 facts on Pac-Man’s 40th birthday.

+ “With most bars still takeout only, indoor gatherings discouraged and the weather warmer, Americans are sipping and strolling.” Need a Mem Day Weekend activity? The NYT recommends taking a Walktail. (This is nothing new. I’ve been taking a daily preroll stroll for weeks.)

+ Teen raises over $30,000 for frontline workers through his radio station.

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