April 2020 Friday’s e-links: World 2.0 and A Musical Collage

Our first two April 2020 e-links look at the coronavirus pandemic through a musical lens and then a comparison list of World 1.0 and World 2.0.

April 2020 Friday’s e-links: A Musical Collage

Our April 2020 e-links begin with a wonderful YouTube musical “collage” of the Burt Bacharach song “What the World Needs Now Is Love.”

March 2020 Friday’s e-links: Gender Norms, Hotel Habits, the Great Stink, and a Good Mystery

Last updated 3/27/20 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…

March 2020 Friday’s e-links: Gender Norms, Hotel Habits, and a Great Stink

Our March 2020 e-links range from a video on London’s Great Stink and an article on what we steal from hotel rooms, to a UN gender norms report.

March 2020 Friday’s e-links: Gender Norms and Hotel Habits

Including a UN gender norms study and a CBS news report on what we take from hotel rooms, our two March 2020 e-links are quite different.

March 2020 Friday’s e-links: A Gender Norms Report

For the first of my March 2020 e-links, I suggest taking a look at a UN 2020 gender norms report that is both encouraging and disturbing.

February 2020 Friday’s e-links: Three Great Podcasts and Animated Economics

For February 2020’s Friday e-links, my favorites were podcasts about Long Haul Paul, free tuition, medical procedure prices, and some animated economics.

February 2020 Friday’s e-links: Two Great Podcasts and Some Animated History

Thus far our February 2020 e-links take us to podcasts on free college tuition and medical procedure prices and a riveting economic history animation.

February 2020 Friday’s e-links: A Free Tuition Story and Animated Economics

Thus far, our February 2020 e-links take us to a free college tuition podcast and to a riveting economic animated history.

February 2020 Friday’s e-links: Animated Economic History

Our first February’s e-links is a “bar chart race” from economist Mark Perry that perfectly, in less than 30 seconds, summarizes U.S. trade from 1992-2019.