January 2022 Friday’s e-links: Enjoying Encanto

Our January 2022 e-links continue with my recommendation for an injection of pleasure through the new Disney animated film, Encanto.

January 2022 Friday’s e-links: “The Apollo Murders”

Our January 2022 e-links continue with a murder mystery recommendation that will bring you hours of pleasure.

January 2022 Friday’s e-links: Looking at Jill Lepore

Our January 2022 e-links begin with a look at the podcasts, New Yorker articles, and books by Harvard’s Jill Lepore.

December 2021 Friday’s e-links: “Greedy Work” and Other Labor Market Issues

Our December 2021 e-links continue with a Steven Levitt talk with Harvard’s Claudia Goldin that looks at 50 years of women in labor markets.

December 2021 Friday’s e-links: What You Never Knew (and Want To Know) About Animals

Our December 2021 e-links continue with Fuzz, a witty book filled with facts on quirky animal behavior that we never knew we wanted to know.

December 2021 Friday’s e-links: The Search For Some Missing Bitcoin

Our December 2021 e-links continue with a New Yorker article recommendation that took me to a bitcoin search for a lost hard drive.

December 2021 Friday’s e-links: A New Podcast

Our December 2021 e-links begin with The New Bazaar, a new podcast series that shows the many meaningful and interesting sides of economics.

November 2021 Friday’s e-links: Rebel Thinkers

Our November 26 e-links continue with a captivating podcast about the rebel thinkers that help and inspire us by breaking the rules.

November 2021 Friday’s e-links: A Marvel Movie

Our November 19 e-links continue with Marvel’s “Shang-Chi,” a movie that combines a good story, humor, and feminism.

November 2021 Friday’s e-links: A Murder Mystery Diversion

Our November 2021 e-links continue with a delicious murder mystery about a chef, Detective Hawthorne, and the Anthony Horowitz stand-in.