I’m going to try something just a touch different this week. I’m not just dropping links, but hyperlinking text. Experts say readers prefer it.
Let me know what you think, will you?
What students really need to hear from Chase Mielke. Affective Living.
How social media has affected our reading habits. From the Washington Post.
Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty posted this fascinating article on the language of the minions. My interest in languages drew me in right away. LOVE.
Mindy Kaling featured on Upworthy. Backhanded compliments are so not.
Communication presented this bit of reverse psychology: 15 things highly confident people don’t do.
This post by Brenda Knowles on her introvert blog Space2Live was surprisingly controversial. At its core, it’s about the difference between being lonely, and being alone, but it sparked a small flurry of responses. Some people took exception to her association of decision-making with her masculine side and shopping with her feminine side. What do you think?
Upworthy presented Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s thoughts on marginalization in the sciences.
An amazing time-lapse video: the mountain.
Petflow.com share what a reporter discovered while filming beavers close to his house.
ViralNova’s 28 happy-making pictures.
Trending Monkey. Puppies cuddling stuffies. And get your mind out of the gutter! This is CUTE.
And that’s it for this week.
Off to watch Vikings—Rawr!