Last updated: 2/22/2019
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 (2/22)
1. I am enjoying my newest podcast discovery. Based in Amazon’s first hometown, the PRIME[D] podcast is all Amazon. Ranging from the first episode on why Jeff Bezos stayed and built Amazon in Seattle to a more recent one on grocery delivery drones, the topics have grabbed me. Because of the targeted focus, the facts are fascinating and not necessarily common knowledge.
Friday’s e-links (2/15)
1. Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm Ravaged Hospital tells a story in which economics, medicine, and ethics converge. About much more than the impact of Hurricane Katrina on one hospital, the book unforgettably portrays the haunting tradeoffs we make during emergencies. Although I read the book years ago, I still remember and recommend it.
Friday’s e-links (2/8)
1. I recommend this NY Times portrait of a man who really cares about the message your grammar conveys. The article was a fun read that touched our texts, our emails– wherever it is tempting to sacrifice style for speed.
2. Also, I just discovered this podcast that is pretty good for background on interesting WSJ tech articles.
Friday’s e-links (2/1)
1. I suspect that this New Yorker article will be my best read for the entire year. Beautifully written by Robert Caro, the article is a lesson in research and in history. Specifically, I learned about the multi-volume Lyndon Johnson biography that Mr. Caro is writing. But, even more so, it was all about the rigor and wonder of finding and expressing the facts of a famous life,