Monday, February 15, 2021

Miss Cellania's Links

The ‘First’ American GI to Land in Europe in World War Two. (via Strange Company

An Attorney Explains How Bruce Springsteen Got A DWI Without Being Drunk. The 71-year-old singer was cited for driving while intoxicated, despite the fact that he reportedly had a 0.02 blood-alcohol content. (via Digg)

How QAnon is tearing families apart.

The Great African American Escape to Soviet Russia.

Old-timey dresses at Target evoke memories of Little House on the Prairie, which is a trend no one asked for, but they inspired some Facebook users to use them for historical recreations

What a 16th-century plague survival guide has in common with COVID-19 advice. (via Damn Interesting)

When Sparta Became a Tourist Trap. (via Strange Company)

We are undergoing a burnout epidemic. The Harvard Business Review has a 5-part series on workplace burnout, but alas, you can only read two parts before you hit the paywall.

It's crazy how fast some things change Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong in 1964 and 2016. (via Nag on the Lake)

A blast from the past (2015): Women in Medicine: Dr. Anandi Joshee.

1 comment:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Oh, those old-timey dresses!