May 2023 Friday’s e-links: Craptions

Continuing with May’s e-links, I recommend a podcast and an article that said all we could want to know about “craptions.”

May 2023 Friday’s e-links: A Pre-Tech World

Continuing with our May e-links, today I recommend returning to 1950s norms, work, and homes by (re?)watching “Bye Bye Bidie.”

May 2023 Friday’s e-links: A Surprising Interview

Conitnuing with our May 2023 e-links, I recommend “Everything is Alive,” a podcast that is clever and funny.

May 2023 Friday’s e-links: What Public Restroom Access Tells Us

We begin our May 2023 e-links with a podcast that traces how the history of the restroom connects to marginalized groups.

April 2023 Friday’s e-links: All About Influencers

Continuing with our April e-links, we recommend a podcast series that tells about the influencers that increasingly shape our tastes.

April 2023 Friday’s e-links: How SVB and Signature Became Bridge Banks

Last updated 04/21/23 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…

April 2023 Friday’s e-links: More About Wordle and Spelling Bee

Continuing with our April e-links, I recommend two podcasts that tell more about the puzzle I do daily, Wordle, and also Spelling Bee.

April 2023 Friday’s e-links: Scientific Discrimination

As we begin our April e-links, I recommend reading about a real and a fictitious scientist to see how brilliant women manage discrimination.

March 2023 Friday’s e-links: Why 80% is the New Social Security Number

Continuing with our March e-links, today I suggest a firsthand look at where we’ve wound up with Social Security.

March 2023 Friday’s e-links: A Musher Mystery

Continuing our March e-links, I recommend a podcast series from New Hampshire Public Radio that combines elite mushing with a mystery.