Friday, March 30, 2018

Friday Links!

Leading off this week, from Brian Brown, and it's an incredible story: Bleeding out.

Boy, this will make you think: Gun Fatalism Is Reasonable in a Terrifying Country. Also, and this is incredible: How clean indoor air is becoming China's latest luxury must-have.

From C. Lee, and this is terrific: Hawking Taught Us How to Be Wrong. This is absolutely phenomenal and nuanced: The Wound in the Willows. About time: How to stop birds smashing into windows. This is remarkable: The World's Oldest Working Planetarium. A fascinating story: Meet the Female Inventor Behind Mass-Market Paper Bags. Very, very thoughtful: Yoko Taro Talks About How Freedom In Video Games Is Defined.

From Theo Halloran, and this is quite amazing: New Human 'Organ' Was Hiding in Plain Sight.

From Rob Funk, and it's a nice story: Stoneman Douglas hockey team now aiming for national title.

From Wally, and this is very clever: Artist Replaces Billboards with Photos of the Landscapes They’re Blocking. This is quite interesting: Check your hat. Lots of interesting data here: Pubs in danger: Six charts on how the British drink.

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