Time to get your mental corn a-poppin’!
Anna Lovind wants you to find the vision that wants to be born through you.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: we should all be feminists. TEDX Euston.
Daphne Patai: how diversity came to mean “downgrading the west.” Minding the Campus
Throat singer Tanya Tagaq combats indigenous stereotypes. Liz Przybylski for KCET.
Exorbitant food prices on the James Bay coast mean that children are going hungry. Olivia Stefanovich for CBC.
The Irena Sendler story.
Sweden is officially moving to a six-hour work day.
The wreckage of Sir John Franklin’s HMS Terror may have been found. Garrett Hinchey for CBC.
Phil Plait features Xkcd’s latest comic on global warming. Slate
Anna Nowogrodzki shares a first glimpse of a black hole being born from a star’s remains. New Scientist
Ria Misra reports on new evidence that points to a different theory for the moon’s formation. Gizmodo
The Martian landscape looks like Utah. Phil Plait for Slate.
Wasn’t sure where to put this . . . creepy. David Brown reports on the discovery of a skeleton that points to cannibalism in the Jamestown colony. The Washington Post
Elyse Wanshel lists ten ways dogs show they love you. The Little Things
Hugs and stuff, ‘cause you’re all grand, you are!
See you Saturday for some movie madness and some series discoveries (midseason follies).