Connecting ancient Yap islander money to bitcoin, July’s e-links begin with an article that suggests bitcoin could have an ancestor.
Composed of two novels, one article, and now a superb podcast on the disparate views of capitalism, our June e-links have been special.
About an elephant’s trunk and two novels, June 2021’s e-links take us to three perfect ways to relax and enjoy some good stories.
From elephant trunks to a 1930s dust bowl saga, our first two June e-links take us to the capability of an amazing animal and a superb novel.
From high speed sucking to gently picking up chips, June’s e-links begin with an Atlantic article on what elephant trunks can do.
This month’s four e-links range from an article on our meritocracy to a podcast that disputes its merit to two books that make us forget it.
For this month’s first three e-links, we recommend some learning and lots of pleasure through one big tech article and two mysteries.
For this month’s first two e-links, we recommend some learning and some relaxation through a big tech article and a detective series.
For May’s e-links, we begin with a Washington Post article that presents a graphic history of big tech that shows how they grew so large.
For April’s e-links, we look at an apostrophe and an AP exam problem, and podcasts that range from a movie analysis to a snakebite story.
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