Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Miss Cellania's Links

Demolishing the California Dream: How San Francisco Planned Its Own Housing Crisis. City ordinances have pitted the haves against the have-nots since the Gold Rush.

What Gandhi’s Wife Taught Him About Nonviolent Resistance. Kasturba Gandhi's wise resistance to her own husband was a model of workaround justice.

Owning the Peanut Gallery. Maria Farrell tells a story about the time she debated Ted Cruz at a college tournament. (via Metafilter)

Things That We Realized After Spontaneously Adopting A Dog From A Shelter. Illustrator Bird Born lovingly shows us the transformation of his dog in her new home.

The First Book Published in Antarctica Was to Fight Winter Boredom. Shackleton's crew produced 100 copies of Aurora Australis, of which 70 are still known to exist.

Brett Kavanaugh and the Cruelty of Male Bonding.  

The Economies With the Most (and Least) Efficient Health Care. The annual Bloomberg Health-Efficiency Index ranks the U.S. at 54 this year.

Disney's Most Common Animal Villains, Visualized. The most likely antagonists among them are also the species most likely to be heroes.

How Motherhood Changes the Brain. Knowing about the latest research would make it less frightening.

A blast from the past (2013): A Short History of the Apple.

1 comment:

Karen Crosby said...

The Cruz debate story from Maria was just wonderful. Thanks for finding it.