5 Interesting Links for 01-05-2018

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Confusion (Language)

A good explanation of words that are often misunderstood:
https://qz.com/432285/20-misused-words-that-make-smart-people-look-dumb/

Mars (Space)

Solar winds produce enough electric charge on one of the moons of Mars to complicate exploration.
https://www.space.com/38530-solar-wind-charges-mars-moon-phobos.html

Art (History)

A tiny note on the assessment of a painting later stolen by Nazis in WWII enabled its identification.
https://www.livescience.com/60779-nazi-looted-painting-discovered.html

Pricing (Publishing)

I don’t remember if I shared the first article so long ago, but Dean Weasley Smith takes another look at pricing in the publishing arena of 2017.
https://www.deanwesleysmith.com/pricing-silliness-and-a-learning-lesson/

Philosophy (Steampunk)

A lovely expression of what Steampunk should strive to be, not in labeling or setting barriers but in spreading a joyful passion and sharing it freely with all comers.
http://steampunkworldsfair.com/world-want-steampunk-kids/#.WjrYjt-nE-U

War Child: A Fantasy Short Story

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