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The entire Universe — or at least parts it — as interpreted through the brain Phil Plait: astronomer, science communicator, and goat herder...
News reports about the COVID-19 pandemic can be overwhelming and lack context. I write this at the end-of-day from the Seattle-area. Everything is fact-based; all reported cases have links. My goal: protect your time & your psyche...
A twice-weekly newsletter on the forces that shape college football, including history, business, politics, media, and more. Also, jokes. Twice a week, I’ll share some news and analysis about some the forces that shape college football beyond ...
We put together some resources to help college students like us during this tough transition period. We’ve worked for days to compile a massive list of remote opportunities for students, both internships and full-time. We’ll choose the best ones
Become a better communicator, a better leader, and a better human. Leadership, strategy and communications can be a bit dry, and in some cases, authors make solutions sound prescriptive. As if a list or a formula will help you out of your jam.
This is White Guy Confidence, Karen K. Ho’s newsletter about the stuff she’s doing, the things she’s reading, and her general advice about how to avoid her mistakes. You either previously subscribed to her TinyLetter or are a new subscriber. She ...
Weekly insights about the future music, media & tech. Written & composed by Bas Gras.
A few different things: current events and processes, thoughts on past happenings, book reviews, and eventually, interviews and other content. It offers thoughts and explanations of past happenings (like migration in prehistory, the invention of
Free weekly newsletter with our favorite half marathons and other distance races. Every weekday, a newsletter with more amazing races we think you’ll love running + occasional exclusive, limited-time discounts to those events. Weekly essa…
First came love (Dave), then marriage, then three kids (Max, Sabrina and Ben). Max has cerebral palsy. I launched Love That Max in October 2008 as an inspirational, informational, occasionally irreverent blog. Over the years, it's evolved to hel...
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