Hello, hello! Have you been missing awesome links on Mondays? I’ve sure missed sharing them. What a whirlwind of weeks. Made it through and feeling good now.
Can you believe we’re into the last days of August already? Man, is this year going by quickly. Let’s slow things down by taking stock of some worthwhile things on the web from this week.
The trailer for the feature-length version of Voyage of Time, narrated by Cate Blanchett, was released. Can’t tell you how excited I am to see both versions of this.
Fungi may wipe out all of our bananas. Monoculture is not good, you guys.
Werner Herzog’s documentary on the Internet, Lo and Behold, came out on Friday. Have you seen it?
July was likely the hottest month in human history. Like, at any point human beings have been on this planet. This, along with the insane fires and flooding, would suggest we’re officially in the first summer of climate change. The village of Shishmaref became the first US community to decide to relocate because of rising seas. They won’t be the last.
Seen CRISPR in the news? Gene editing will soon change our bodies and the future of humanity. Here’s a great explainer video.
Workplace suicides are increasing worldwide over the last 30 years. An incredibly tragic consequence of neoliberalism. What can we do about this?
The US Justice Department announced it is phasing out the use of private prisons. About time.
If you love Parmesan cheese, you need to read this. Make sure you’re getting the real, good stuff!
The first few weeks of college can be the most dangerous. Some tips for freshmen and their parents to get through safe and sound.
Have you been hoping for “a FitBit for your brain?” I suppose it’s the logical continuation of the quantified self, but I’m not sure about this.
These images are not exactly what the naked eye sees, but light pollution is a serious problem. Artificially shining out all that night sky splendor.
The Navajo Nation has sued the EPA over the San Juan River mine spill. “Spring, which once symbolized the bringing of new life as many Navajo families planted their crops, now represents a looming threat as Spring runoff instead brings toxic metals to Navajo water and lands.”
You’ve never heard Beethoven like this. Crazy skills.
Have an excellent week!