10 Things (and a Video) I Liked Enough to Show You: 29 October – 4 November 2016

  1. Here's a look back at Vine and its heroes. (Also, the article uses the word "salmagundi", which makes me happy.)
  2. Are you one of those people who's trying to write every day in November for NaNoWriMo or NaBloPoMo? Here's how to do it without driving yourself mad.
  3. Some Indigenous parents hid their children so they wouldn't have to go to residential schools in Canada.
  4. LinkedIn launched Salary, which charts and shares salaries by job across the world to lend some transparency to your earning potential.
  5. The Professional Writers Association of Canada lists appropriate professional rates.
  6. Get involved in helping to stop the North Dakota Access Pipeline.
  7. In things that sound strange but are true: online gadgets in your home could be hacked by ultrasound. The internet of things is still pretty shaky.
  8. Canada ranks 9th in the United Nations' human development index, but when split up by province Nunavut only ranks 46th.
  9. Wonder why so many people don't seem able to understand why consent is important when it comes to sex? After reading this article, I'm impressed that so many of do.
  10. When I see lists of truly upsetting recipes from the 70s, I wonder what was in the water to make us do that to ourselves.