Last updated 11/27/20
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 (11/27)
Just an update today. Sadly, Zai Zai lost. The giant panda cub (now 3 months old) will be called Xiao Qi Ji (little miracle). This article tells us a bit more.
Friday’s e-links (11/20)
I learned this week that we can help to name the Washington National Zoo’s baby panda. I voted for Zai Zai because it was my grandchild Hazel’s favorite.
These were the four possibilities:
In this 13:29 minute video so little and yet so much is happening between the mom and the cub. I was mesmerized:
Friday’s e-links (11/13)
My favorite podcast this week was “Squeaker.” Reported by This American Life, Squeaker conveyed a series of election stories. While all grabbed me, I especially enjoyed “Act 1” where the listener hears a very human discussion (with a happy ending) between a militia group and a Democrat who is handing out campaign literature.
Friday’s e-links (11/06)
As a break from an unsettled world, Outside/In from New Hampshire Public Radio is a pleasure. With the natural world their focus, their stories can range from a quirky animal tale (or tail) to snowmaking machines. This week they took me through a selective history of public land and the controversies that we are rarely aware of. As they explain, “It’s a show for anyone who has ever been outdoors.”