10 Things I Liked Enough to Show You: 18–24 March 2017
Scott Fagan's album South Atlantic Blues, originally released in 1968, is still stunning. These 100 tools for investigative journalism are good for anyone who likes to write and organize information. It's so easy to get stuck in the scarcity trap, whether it is scarcity of time, money, or love, and this Hidden Brain podcast episode might help you identify it in your own life. If you are motivated in this direction, Zeynep Tufecki has great and truthy instructions for how to get and stay fit. When women are doctors, they're not afforded their professional title as often as their men colleagues, and that's a problem. Another great album is this year's The Navigator from Hurray for the Riff Raff. I have nightmares about Facebook and facial recognition software, although not always together. New cloud types have been added to the International Cloud Atlas. If you are given to smug satisfaction, neanderthal dental plaque has revealed that their diet was not quite like the Paleo diet plan some enthusiasts espouse. This kills me, because one of my most unwavering and confirmed beliefs is that raisins in butter tarts are bullshit.