Thursday, March 22, 2018

Miss Cellania's Links

Monkey Business: The Marx Brothers Laugh Fest. The story of their first Hollywood production, with video clips.

Land of the Lawless. Ralph Nader tells how power in America has turned the rule of law into a mere myth.

Alexa Ruins Families. Lauren Lorenzo of eLL cartoons recorded her family trying to explain how to use the Amazon Echo personal assistant, and made a cartoon of the scene.

It's Not Surprising That Han Solo Is a Bad Dad. A new book explains Han as a fish-out-of-water dealing with the difficulties of raising a Force-sensitive child.

A Literal Hidden Figure. A group photo taken at a 1971 science conference identified everyone except for one black woman scientist the photographer assumed was a secretary.

This Couple's Last-Minute Wedding at a Hospital Was Made Possible by Volunteers. The photographer stepped up to pay it forward.

Fran├žois Clemmons tells about playing a police officer on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood in a StoryCorps podcast. 

This Is A Boring Shark Attack: 8 Rules for Fascinating Storytelling. Talking to a live audience is very different from writing. (via Metafilter)

America's Quietest Routes. Browse an interactive map of the least-traveled roads in each state, according to data from the Department of Transportation. (via Digg

What It’s Like For School Shooting Survivors To Watch The Parkland Protests.

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