This is a permanently open tab. When I'm stressed out, it brings me the strangest peace. The oldest living things in the world.
A good start for your next history related Wikipedia black hole.
One of my new favourite blogs, Our American Safari, drives across the country.
How Maya Angelou became San Francisco's first female African American train conductor. (I've linked this before, but it's so good.)
Google search tips. The first few are pretty basic, but there's 3-4 here I didn't know that are quite helpful.
Bookstores are full of stories. Here are a few illustrated.
I don't regularly read Jezebel anymore, but some uncomfortable truths: On encouraging girls to masturbate.
On that note, "All of the pages worth masturbating to in Fifty Shades of Grey" which is incredibly funny.
"i can't date anyone who is going to fuck up my tv-watching time or interrupt my listening to podcasts in the shower for hours on end."
A fantastic book of colours, or Pantone before Pantone was Pantone.
Here is today.
Some anachronistic pop culture fun.
If you listen to ONE THING this week, make it Anna Maria Tremonti interviewing IMF head Christine Lagarde who speak in a clear, interesting way with aplomb about climate change, the economic cost of gender inequality, and not shutting up. Then play it for your sons and daughters and nieces and nephews and friends and brothers and sisters but especially your daughters.
If you listen to two things, this brief episode of Planet Money about a one-page solution for climate change is also exceptional.
I don't know, I'm weird, but this house is a dream to me.
Bold yet basic: The NDP has launched a pan-Canadian food strategy.
The Met has releases 400,000 high res images to the internet. And there are so many practical ways to browse them!!!! UH WHAT. WHY ARE YOU EVEN LOOKING AT THIS GO LOOK AT THAT NOOOOOOW.