Yes, I caught up on my YouTube viewing 😉 So, it’s another visual learning week.
Andrew J. Hawkins looks at the hyperloop pods competing in Elon Musk’s big race, later this year. The Verge.
Marissa Gertz presents astronaut, Tim Peake’s amazing photos from his time in space. TIME.
Does Pluto harbour an ocean under all that ice? Phil Plait for Slate. And later in the week, Hubble shows us the colours of the night.
Add This shares Dieter Ram’s ten principles of good design.
You see crisis after crisis. This is what we see. Attawapiskat youth create video. CBC.
Wab Kinew got on his soap box: five aboriginal stereotypes.
Before European Christians forced gender roles, Native Americans acknowledged five genders. Pearson McKinney for the Bipartisan Report.
I respond to Orlando from a Canadian perspective on my friend, Mel Walsh Jones’s blog, Mel’s Madness.
Vi Hart: Feeling sad about tragedy.
Russell Foster: Why do we sleep? Ted Talk.
Lena Dunham shares her conversation with Sheryl Sandberg. On navigating workplace culture, tackling personal issues, and (of course) leaning in. Esquire.
Women having a terrible time at parties in western art history. The Toast. On a sad note, I just heard that The Toast is . . . toast 😦
Adrienne Pieroth: she was done. Elephant Journal.
Eight amazing aquatic animals. ASAP Thought.
Science vs. art. ASAP Thought.
Tom Vanderbilt shares the secret of taste: why we like what we like. The Guardian.
How did the entire town of Ashley, Kansas, simply disappear? Gregory Burkhart for Blumhouse.com
The fun side of Sudbury, my city 🙂
Musical Tesla coils featuring Physics Girl. It’s Okay to be smart.
Northern Lights Festival Boreal announces that Steven Page will be the final headliner of this year’s event.
Also appearing at NLFB: Natalie McMaster and Donnell Leahy – here they are with The One.
And that was Thoughty Thursday.
Happy Canada Day and Happy Independence Day to all my friends, north and south of the border.
Happy weekend to all my other lovely friends out there 🙂