Just so you’ll have this straight, Tipsday is for writing-related finds and Thoughty Thursday will be for other interesting stuff. It’ll be a mix of science articles, health articles, and other stuff that might be cool for inspiration or research. Info of the public service announcement variety may appear here as well (I have my causes). Occasionally, there might be a music or other fun video in there, ‘cause you know, we all love the YouTube 😉
Oh, and BTW, happy spring, though up here in Sudbury, we’ve just had 10-15 cm of snow 😦 This is what the first day of spring looks like up here:
So here we go in 3, 2, 1—
Otters are bad-ass:
David Brin shared this next amazing blog post and video.
Mr. Science, A.K.A. the hubbie, informs me that the ribosome moves around far more chaotically, directed by something called Brownian motion and bumps into the transfer molecules until it finds the one it needs for the sequence.
Still, this is supposed to be “real time,” so imagine how quickly everything is moving about in the stew that is you 😉
I love genetics.
One of the places I’d love to spend a month in someday. ‘Twas a lead-up to St. Patrick’s Day.
Clara Hughes, multi-Olympic gold medal winner in both summer and winter Olympics embarks on her latest journey to bring awareness to the issue of mental health. I admire this woman so much.
The overwhelmed employee is foreseen as one of the new crises of the modern workplace. This is hard, researchy stuff, but it’s actually pretty fascinating. From the day-job file.
The health hazards of sitting. I’m still researching a reasonably-priced standing desk solution for my office.
Felicia Day tweeted something. And then she had to write this post.
And this was just fun. Ooh-la-la!
The Benny Hill soundtrack just makes this one shine. Oh, no, he di’n’t!
Until next week, my wise and witty friends!