It’s time to get your mental corn popping (and celebrate the coming weekend)!
Guy Kawasaki interviews Jamia Wilson for his Remarkable People podcast.
Phillip Morris asks, as monuments fall, how does the world deal with its racist past? National Geographic
Bryan Bender, Daniel Lippman, and Sarah Cammarata interview the descendants of Confederate generals who say they’d be happy to see their names go. Politico
Emilia Petrarea reports on solidarity at sea. Surfing protest for Black Lives Matter. The Cut
Carly Silver exposes the racist history behind the Victorian tea “infomercial.” JSTOR Daily
Ian Sample warns of serious brain disorders in people with mild coronavirus symptoms. The Guardian
R.M. Vaughan: how do we get back to work when the trauma of covid-19 persists? “Nobody cares about your neuroses as long as you’re productive. Never mind that 24/7 productivity is what got us here in the first place. You don’t have time to grieve whomever you lost – get back to work. And keep fronting positivity, fronting wellness, fronting that you’re fine, because that’s now part of your job.” The Globe and Mail
Sarah Caplan explains how America’s hottest city will survive climate change. The Washington Post
SciShow considers the weird world of the Hang Sơn Đoòng caves.
Kellie Doherty suggests some house spirits to keep you company during #pandemiclife. Fantasy Faction
Giovanna Dell’Orto: migrant teens need school, but around the world they face pressure not to go. National Geographic
Matt Reynolds explains how to hack your brain into remembering almost anything. Wired
Physics Girl conducts some fun home science experiments.
Catie Leary show us how the golden ratio manifests in nature. TreeHugger
Dance United Yorkshire – open your eyes.
The Pentatonix – when the party’s over.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you found something to inspire a future creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.