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.

April 2021 Friday’s e-links: A Likely Rembrandt

For April’s e-links, we begin with a podcast that tells the story of an unknown portrait that became famous.

January 2021 Friday’s e-links: From Cheetos, to an Earthquake, to a FactTank

Last updated 1/15/21 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…

January 2021 Friday’s e-links: From Flamin’ Hot Cheetos to An Alaskan Earthquake

In our first two January e-links, I recommend a good read about Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and a podcast on a newscaster and an earthquake.

September 2020 Friday’s e-links: Two Podcasts, a Book, and a Film

Through a CNN RBG documentary, a thought-provoking book, “More or Less,” and a theater’s podcast, September was a strong month for e-links.

September 2020 Friday’s e-links: A Pandemic Performance, More or Less, and Our Meritocracy

This month, I’ve enjoyed pondering a podcast about a pandemic play, Tim Harford’s More or Less series, and Michael Sandel’s new book.

September 2020 Friday’s e-links: The More or Less Podcast and a Pandemic Performance

For our first two September e-links, I recommend a podcast about a theater group’s pandemic response and a “More or Less” subscription.