An interesting mixed bag this week.
How science helped to swing the Canadian election. The Guardian.
Michael Kimmel explains why gender equality is good for everyone, even men. TED Talks.
Shirley Cheechoo makes Brock University history. The Brock News.
Why blacks have Irish last names. Note: It was pointed out to me that there is a difference between indentured servitude and slavery. Something to keep in mind as you read. I’m not looking to be inflammatory.
Care for a road trip? You should try Ireland’s wild Atlantic way. National Geographic.
Eric Barker offers three anger management tips from neuroscience. Time.
Happiness: eight awesome new facts you should know. PsyBlog.
How solitude can change your brain in profound ways. Jane Porter for Fast Company.
i09 presents the creepy world of abandoned asylums.
The teen who hacked into the CIA Director’s email explains how he did it. Wired.
What New Horizons is showing us about Pluto’s moon, Charon. Phys.org.
Jackfruit might be a meat substitute. And yes. It’s a fruit. The Business Insider.
The Issus coleoptratus is the only insect that has biological gears. The Smithsonian.
There are whales alive today that were born before Moby Dick was written. The Smithsonian.
An animal shelter on Kauai allows visitors to take dogs on day trips. This is sweet. The Los Angeles Times.
Florence + the Machine: Delilah.
Sorry to say, but Saturday posts are on hold until NaNoWriMo is over. Then, I’ll start in on the Can-con panel reportage.
In the meantime, look forward to Tipsday and Thoughty Thursday between now and then.
Have a great weekend!