Thursday, February 25, 2021

Friday Links!

A little light this week, but what's here is strong.

Trust me, just put this on as background music. It's uncanny. Reo Brothers / The Beatles Studio Compilation 2.

From Meg McReynolds, and this is absolutely clear: Survivorship Bias. This is an excellent read: Measuring the geoid. What is the geoid?

From Wally, and this is an excellent list: 10 Mind-Bending Alternate Histories. This is quite fantastic: Wildlife Photographer Captures ‘Never Before Seen’ Yellow Penguin. To no one's surprise: Do Blue Light Blocking Glasses Really Work? This is surreal: Icicles Form on Ceiling Fan Amid Freezing Temperatures in Texas

From C. Lee, and it's extremely thoughtful: The True Hard Work of Love and Relationships. A retrospective on a charming, touching movie: Groundhog Day. "Thoughtful" must be C. Lee's theme this week: The Importance of Social Trust. This is amazing; Fruit Trenches: Cultivating Subtropical Plants in Freezing Temperatures. I mean, don't we all need our own Bayeux tapestry? I turned my art history students loose with a make-your-own-Bayeux Tapestry app. Ingenious: Ever Notice That Converse Chuck Taylors Have Fuzzy Soles? Here’s Why

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