Last updated 10/26/2018
Every once in a while, (and sometimes each day) I listen to a great podcast, enjoy an article, or see a good video that I want to share with you.
I like to think of them as my e-links:
Friday’s e-links (10/26):
- To see why how women, power, and the exclamation point are related, do take a look at this video.
- This Econtalk podcast is a perfect (and very interesting) contemporary and historic look at socialist communities in Israel. Spotlighting the kibbutz, it conveys the allure and problems of socialism as an economic system. Listening to this podcast, I especially enjoyed my four mile walk today.
Friday’s e-links (10/19):
- Long ago, you could buy a house from the Sears Catalogue. Sort of do-it-yourself, the house came in the mail. Even without the Sears bankruptcy temporarily dominating the financial news, I still would have recommended this 99% Invisible episode for a taste of what Sears had once been.
- I was charmed by this story of two penguins that were in love.
Friday’s e-links (10/12):
- With Nobel Prize winner William Nordhaus in the news, his light studies brought to mind a good read that I recommend . Not spectacular but excellent, this novel uses a mystery to show how Tesla and Edison might have intersected. (I enjoyed it and never stick with fiction that is not worth my time.)
- Do listen to Dolly Parton singing about the 19th Amendment. One of 27 amendments in an album from More Perfect (Radio Lab), the Dolly Parton song is inspirational. Reflecting how musicians interpret the amendments to the constitution, the others vary. However, the concept is wonderful and well worth our time.
Friday’s e-links (10/05):
Today, I wanted to share several of my favorite cartoons: