Friday, March 20, 2020

Friday Links!

With expanded spacing, all posters are kept six feet apart this week.

Leading off, links from C. Lee, who belongs in the Link Submitter Hall of Fame. First, an article about a despicable man: How J. Edgar Hoover Used the Power of Libraries for Evil. This is an excellent read: Martian language, emoji, and braille: How China is rallying to save a coronavirus story online. This is fascinating: Your Fancy Honey Might Not Actually Be Honey. This is a wonderful story: Albert Camus Wins the Nobel Prize & Sends a Letter of Gratitude to His Elementary School Teacher (1957). Animal orchestras are comforting in these troubled times: Maestro.

From Ken Piper, and it's a a terrific story: ‘Wash your hands’ was once controversial medical advice. Genius level comedians: What the stars of Monty Python are doing 50 years later. This is highly
concerning: This Small Company Is Turning Utah Into a Surveillance Panopticon.

From Wally, and these are amazing: Cinema Poster Live Auction March 202. If you're looking for a wargame: Best Games Reviewed in 2019. An interesting read: To Forecast Spring Flooding, NOAA Planes Fly Slow And Low. Next level: Driving wheel. This is entirely fantastic: Penguins openly explore aquarium closed due to coronavirus. Ah, the Razzies: ‘Cats’ Wins Razzie Award for Worst Picture, John Travolta Wins Worst Actor. Here's a documentary for when you're tired of bingeing Netflix: The Russian 2nd Pacific Squadron - Voyage of the Damned.

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