Last updated 1/31/20
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 (1/31)
In one book, someone kills a celebrity divorce lawyer by hitting him over the head with a very expensive bottle of wine. In the other, a woman, who hours earlier planned her own funeral, is murdered. Both, in the Detective Daniel Hawthorne series by Anthony Horowitz (he brought us Foyle’s War) are great reads if you like mysteries. I do. I just finished and very much enjoyed both books.
Friday’s e-links (1/24)
I’ve just discovered a RadioLab podcast that was such a pleasure. If you want to spend 60 minutes with Dolly Parton, do listen.
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Again demonstrating that the statistics you select determine your conclusions, this Economist article focused on the income inequality debate. There are more questions about the degree of our economic inequality than many of us suspect. Yes, you can conclude that it is massive or minimal but do know the other side. I so appreciated the message.
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This week I’ve been recommending the choice fatigue episode of The Happiness Lab podcast. As someone who dislikes buffets and the plastic baggy aisle in my food store, I especially appreciate hearing what choice overload can do to us.