Keeping to the usual flow of posting the week’s curated links despite the extension of the holiday weekend in the USA. Granted, Black Friday wants to be a holiday for many retailers. But, there’s probably better items on deck for some of the rest of us (for example, REI’s #OptOutside is a great excuse unless your weather is unbearable). It is worth the pause to at least read and consider that, sometimes, different perspectives should persist despite the shades of the days and seasons around us.
- Desiging Perceptions Instead of absolutions via Eugen Esanu
- Surveillance Kills Freedom By Killing Experimentation via WIRED
- Are Pop Lyrics Getting More Repetitive via The Pudding
- The Emperor and the Empty Tomb: An Ancient Inscription, an Eccentric Scholar, and the Human Need to Touch the Past via Los Angeles Review of Books
- The Human Brain Is a Time Traveler via The New York Times
- Image: PWC’s Next Work Methods - full-size
And a few from here:
- Concept: 1847 Philanthropic Slide Deck
- Conversations Create New Roads
- Clarity in Conversation
- Links for 16 Nov
UPDATE: thanks to @Cleverdevil, there’s now a Scribbles Gallery, making for some easier associations between content and scribbled/photgraphed images. Found via @manton’s post right after publishing this week’s links.