What I’ve Been Reading – 7/6/2020

In The Meantime | The View From Mrs. Sundberg’s Window C.D.C. Recommends Sweeping Changes to American Offices | New York Times In the COVID-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can’t Have Both | New York Times Surf Fishing’s Salt Meditation | Santa Barbara Independent Did Rutgers Find the Perfect PresidentContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 7/6/2020”

What I’ve Been Reading – 6/8/2020

A Personal Message (about Race in America) | Trevor A. Dawes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar reflects on the George Floyd protests | Los Angeles Times Sisterhood is Scarce | Harvard Business Review Women at Work (Podcast) 5 Reasons Why On-Site Communication Will Be Key in a Post-Coronavirus Wold | Hotel News Resource Have a good week!

What I’ve Been Reading – 2/6/2019

A Divorce Lawyer’s Guide to Staying Together | Vox The Class of 1946 – 2018: 27 School Shooting Survivors Bear Their Scars and Bear Witness | New York Magazine Not Everything is a Side Hustle | The Cut Is Estrogen the Key to Understanding Women’s Mental Health? | The Cut The Unbearable Heaviness of ClutterContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/6/2019”

What I Read Last Week – 12/12

(alt: Evolutionary speaking, mushrooms are technically a type of ghost) What Brands Can Learn from Patagonia’s Gender-Neutral Marketing | Outside Whitewashing the Abuse of Women – in Pictures | Guardian Ideas Worth Stealing: Why this program for ex-offenders is working better in rural areas | Keystone Crossroads Carrageenan Backlash: Food Firms are Ousting a PopularContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 12/12”

What I Read Last Week

The last time I watched The Bachelorette was when this guy was a contestant (~2003). #stopaskingmeaboutthebachelorette  How Domestic Violence on One Home Effects Every Child in a Class | NPR Racial Inequality in the Minneapolis Parks System | The Atlantic How non-English speakers are taught this crazy English grammar rule you know but you’ve neverContinue reading “What I Read Last Week”

What I Read Last Week:

I did this to me — We are our own worst enemies The Falling Man | Esquire (re: related to the 9/11 Attacks) Comedian Phoebe Robinson’s Grub Street Diet | New York Magazine Papa’s Not a Rolling Stone: Low-Income Men and their Children | The American Prospect An Open Letter to the Fastest Jogger inContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

http://scholarworks.uvm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1019&context=libfacpub Tempe residents can exchange water for library fines | Arizona Republic Photos: Harrisburg then and now | Keystone Crossroads Social media is outreach | The Outreach Librarian Can the Ikea generation buy into vintage furniture | The Guardian Congressional research belongs to the public | New York Times It’s spawning season: Are horseshoe crabsContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

http://www.asofterworld.com/index.php?id=1227 flapping around in a haunted mansion Ellen Pao and the sexism you can’t quite prove | New York Homeless millennials are transforming hobo culture | Newsweek Review: ‘Fun Home’ at the Circle in the Square Theater | New York Times King of the Dipshits [Jessmyn West] | The Medium A field guide to theContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl trailer In Kentucky, a prairie made of coal | The Allegheny Front Police departments open up ‘safe lots’ for Craigslist transactions | NPR How we made Jenga | The Guardian Why women don’t negotiate their job offers | Harvard Business Review Ferguson library director looks for new waysContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

What I Read Last Week:

via A fresh look at Appalachia : 50 years after the war on poverty ‘Can you dig it?’ The Warriors, 35 years later | Esquire You’ve got Nora: A Valentine’s Day tribute to Nora Ephron | Vanity Fair Leaving only footsteps? Think again | New York Times State of emergency declared in West Virginia after trainContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”