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Anil Dash, writing for Medium, explains why every reason people say you can’t stop bullying and abuse online are myths. Read The Immortal Myths About Online Abuse
President Obama traveling to Hiroshima recently stirred memories in Mike Connealy about growing up during World War II and coming of age in the post-war/Cold War years. He makes some points about spin and propaganda around US wartime behavior, but what was most interesting to me was the glimpse he gives into how differently news traveled then. Read memory
Patience. Eric Kim writes about its value for the photographer. But really, he’s writing about its value in our whole lives. Read Be Patient with Your Photographic Process
John Pavlovitz reminds us what grief is for. Read A Conversation with Grief
So, the gorilla shot at that zoo. Jennifer Bowman has a fresh perspective on what this says about all of us. Read Gorillas, rhetorical fences, and the anesthetic of blame
Heather Munro shares a museum in Paris of the earliest recordings of the human voice, and the antique gear that can play those recordings. Audio included! Read An adventure in recorded sound
Last updated on 5 March 2020 by Jim Grey