A recurring listicle; reads I loved to read.
- Tessa Hadley, Silk Brocade
- David Rohde, Why Mullah Omar’s Death Could Be a Nightmare for Afghanistan
- Phoebe Gavin, The Origami Robots
- Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic , How Your Personality Determines How You Learn
- Melissa Dahl, How a Terrible Accident Inspired Dan Ariely’s Career Path
- (Quora) How Did Armies Keep Archers Supplied With Arrows While Fighting?
- Joshua Keating, Bashar al-Assad’s Luck May Finally Be Running Out
- Author Unknown, NYTimes.com, Struggling for Gay Equality in the South
- Hua Hsu, The Melancholy Pop Idol Who Haunts China
- Phil Plait, What a Comet Looks Like … From 9 Meters Away!
- FastCoExist, Sri Lanka Will Be The First Country To Deploy Google’s Balloon-Based Internet
- (France24) World War II Jews France France Map charts France’s Jewish children lost to Nazis
- Alexandra Schwartz, The Many Names of Pluto
- Quoted from the article because it’s beautiful, which Schwartz quoted from HP Lovecraft: “The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human mind to correlate all its contents. ” *
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