Thursday, August 11, 2022

Friday Links!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

Leading off this week, from C. Lee, a wonderful short story that only disappoints because it's not longer: Porgee’s Boar

From C. Lee, and the word "legend" is often overused, but not with this man: Encore: Bill Russell, basketball legend with record 11 NBA titles, dies at 88. Another true legend: Vin Scully, the famed Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, dies at 94. A terrific read: Blood on the Tracks in Pullman: Chicago's Failed Capitalist Utopia. Explore the origins of Gundam: Anime Is Not to Be Underestimated: Tomino Yoshiyuki / Animation Director. Ugh: “Huge flaw” threatens US emergency alert system, DHS researcher warns. This is very helpful: You won’t be confused about electric vehicle charging after reading this. McSweeney's is a national treasure: EMILY DICKINSON POEM OR AN EARLY AUGHTS EMO LYRIC? If the New Yorker had a Tokyo edition: The Tokyoiter Presents Diverse Visions of Tokyo

From Wally, and it's an interesting read: The Dinner Tab has Soared. Here are the Reasons. Star Trek nerd alert: How the Starship Enterprise Was Redesigned for ‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’. Analysis and speculation: The Cheshire Cat: Behind the Grin. To no one's surprise: New scientific paper shows the Mandela Effect is real. Types of noise: TikTok Claims ‘Brown Noise’ Can Cure Your Anxiety and Help You Sleep. Here’s What the Science Says.

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