Here are a few things to get your mental corn popping.
Alessandra Codinha: who will save the elephants? Vogue
Sarah Stankorb reports on the daughters’ great escape from Christian fundamentalism. Marie-Claire
Nicola Twilley: the neuroscience of pain. The New Yorker
Mayim Bialik: living with social anxiety
Eul Basa reports that Canadians will now have their phones searched when crossing the US border. Narcity
Franchesca Ramsey debunks seven myths about cultural appropriation on MTV’s Decoded.
What does it mean to be Métis? The Economist
And now for something completely different …
It’s okay to be smart: it’s okay to fart!
Tomorrow is Friday. Celebrate!
And be well until I post my next chapter update on the weekend 🙂
Just a little thoughty this week to get you through to the weekend.
Jim C. Hines: the message behind daughters and overprotective dads.
Heather Timmons: by threatening Canada on trade, Trump risks the greatest defense partnership in US history. Quartz
Optical scanning technology lets researchers recover lost indigenous languages from wax cylinder recordings. Open Culture
The Medievalists present medieval cooking tips from Ibn Sayyar al-Warraq.
True Facts: the pangolin’s posse. Ze Frank
Leah Shoemaker: fire and light hula hooping
I hope something in that small package of edutainment got your mental corn popping.
Until next Tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories!