September 2021 Friday’s e-links: The Ego That Makes a Presidential Library

Our September 2021 e-links continue with a look at presidential libraries that is about much more than books and papers.

April 2021 Friday’s e-links: An Apostrophe, One Paper, and Three Podcasts

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.

April 2021 Friday’s e-links: Two Podcasts, One Movie, and An Exam Problem

For April’s e-links, we look at an AP exam problem and podcasts that range from a movie analysis to the story of a deadly snakebite.

April 2021 Friday’s e-links: From a Rembrandt to a Snake Bite and a Margin Call

For April’s e-links, our three podcasts range from an analysis of the movie “Margin Call,” to a deadly snake bite, to validating a Rembrandt.

April 2021 Friday’s e-links: From a Rembrandt to a Snake Bite

For April’s first two e-links, we have two very different but equally excellent podcasts–one on a painting and the other, a snake.

The Surprising Impact of the Shot Clock On Basketball

This 60-foot shot is amazing. The game was between Shakopee and Hopkins, 2 Minneapolis-St. Paul area high school basketball teams. Playing a semifinal playoff, in quadruple overtime, Hopkins won 49-46 with the 60-foot shot. Hopkins’s strategy? They stalled with the…