It’s thoughty Thursday, and you know what that means. It’s time to get your mental corn popping!
Guy Kawasaki interviews John Biewen, author, journalist, and documentarian, about the origins of racism. The Remarkable People Podcast
Jon talks with Isabel Wilkerson about white resentment. The Problem with Jon Stewart
Jazmin Graves Eyssallenne introduces us to Mumbai, where Indian Ocean diasporas and cosmopolitanisms meet. JSTOR Daily
Hans van der Burchard, Clea Caulcutt, Christopher Miller, and Jules Darmanin: Germany, France, and Italy back EU candidate status for Ukraine. Politico
Danica Kirka: UK cancels first flight deporting asylum-seekers to Rwanda. Associated Press
Marie Woolf reports that the “Whiskey War” between Canada and Denmark over tiny arctic island ends peacefully with deal. CTV News
Cameron Mclean reports that retired priest, 92, charged after decade-long investigation into residential school sexual assault. CBC
Peggy Lam reveals that specialized clinics to treat long covid are in demand, and physicians say they can’t keep up. CBC
Jessica Stilllman suggests you try this magic two-minute, research-backed trick for a better night’s sleep. Inc.
Romano Santos wonders, are you sleeping properly? Vice
Emily Graslie explains how shoulders took over the world. SciShow
Jessica Thiefels shares everything you need to be happier, according to science. Fast Company
Clark Quinn: critical instructional design (ID)/learning experience design (LXD) differences? Learnlets
Rachel Triesman advises the best way to was the Strawberry Full Moon (on June 14th). NPR
Marcia Dunn reports that NASA launches study of UFOs despite “reputational risk.” Associated Press
Diana introduces us to a new phase of matter: 4th dimensional time crystals. Physics Girl
Olivia Box: turf algae and kelp forests. JSTOR Daily
Katie Hunt explains why cats go crazy for catnip. CNN
Thank you for spending some time with me. I hope you took away 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!