A little bit of this and a little bit of that, all to get your mental corn popping 🙂
SOS Safety Magazine lists four signs of a person with high-functioning depression. This is me.
How stress changes the brain and body (with helpful TED-Ed video). Mindful
ASAP Science shares seven ways to reduce your stress right now.
Wendi looks at the dark side of empathic people. Parhlo
Jesse Menayan shares what he and the Casper research team discovered about how couples affect each other’s sleep. Yeah, it’s a big ole advertisement, but the research is interesting and sleep is important. Medium
Dom Galeon: our brains might be 100 times more powerful than we thought. Futurism
Heidi Priebe profiles the personal hells of each Myers-Briggs personality type. My personal hell? Learning how everything I’ve said or done has hurt someone else, intentional or otherwise. Yup. Writhing already. Thought Catalog
A wee clip from Michael Moore on Finland’s school system.
Simon Parkin: teaching robots right from wrong. 1843 Magazine
Etan Vlessing covers the creation of A World without Canada, a dystopian series narrated by Dan Ackroyd and featuring Robert J. Sawyer. The Hollywood Reporter
Richard O. Prum writes of duck sex and the patriarchy. Though it’s hard to tell from the title, this is an amazing article. The New Yorker
Gaze in awe at these colourized photos of Russian women snipers, who terrorized the Nazis in WWII. Julian Robinson for Mail Online.
Alex Tizon tells the heart wrenching story of his family’s slave. The Atlantic
Chris Jones shares footage of how narwhales use their tusks. IFLS
Skandinavian folk on nyckelharpa, by Myrkur:
And your kawaii for the week: Ozzy, the desk weasel.
See you Saturday for my wrap up post about Writing the Other. Tasty, tasty!
Be well until then, my friends.