What We’re Reading: April 6-10

Apple Watch, Mad Men, interior design, and coloring books

applewatchThe Apple Watch is now available to order, and even try on, in the Apple Stores as well as some pop-up shops in Tokyo, London, Berlin and Paris. If you’re still on the fence about it, check out the Apple Watch Review.

Want to see the homes of Mad Men, where they lived, how much they paid – and how you can channel the look? SmartZip has broken out the price and style of Don and Betty Draper’s Westchester colonial from early seasons, Peggy Olson’s recent Upper West Side townhome purchase, Joan Harris’ chic Greenwich Village rental and Don and Megan Draper’s Park Avenue pad in this fun infographic.

Is interior design your passion? Take a look at this Toronto home for sale, decorated in perfect style circa 1965. The family lovingly maintained the home’s classic beauty for 72 years.

A Boeing 747 like you’ve never seen it. Greenpoint Technologies recently customized a Boeing 747 (the world’s second largest commercial airliner) for a “private, undisclosed client.” It looks like the kind of place most people will never step foot in, let alone fly around in.

Many of us may use dropbox to back up and sync files, but the software can be used for more purposes than you might realize.

For all the adults who ask for a kids menu so they can color, there’s good news: Coloring books for adults have been found to be good for your health, allowing for us to use our imaginations, be creative and de-stress.

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