Friday, February 08, 2019

Friday Links!

It's the low power, high ice, low temperature, high wind edition of Friday Links.

This will infuriate you, as it should: How Baylor Happened.

From Jim Riegel, and these are tremendous: 50 Rosa Parks Quotes Honoring Civil Rights That Are Still Relevant.

From Wally, and this is an incredibly touching story: My disabled son - ‘the nobleman, the philanderer, the detective’. A bit confusing: Indian man to sue parents for giving birth to him. I just assume airlines don't do anything the right way: The Better Boarding Method Airlines Won't Use. This is absolutely savage: Six Takeaways from the Authors Guild 2018 Author Income Survey.

From Brian, and this is remarkably entertaining: Marble Race: MarbleLympics 2019 Qualifiers.

From C. Lee, and this is brutal: Japan's Working Mothers: Record Responsibilities, Little Help From Dads. This is fascinating: How Michigan Became the Epicenter of the Modernist Experiment. And if you're ever in Detroit: What to See, and Where to Eat Square Pizza, in Detroit. I've always wondered how this happened: The Accidental Invention of Bubble Wrap. This is alarming: For some whales, sonar may provoke suicidal behaviour: study. I say "yes": Will our future homes build themselves?

From Phil, and it's a follow-up to the MIT Mystery Hunt stories last week: The joyful, perplexing world of puzzle hunts.

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