5 Interesting Links for 08-25-2017

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Wealth (Society)

A well-written essay on the historical beliefs regarding extreme wealth compared to the current ones, and the costs related to that change. I quibble only on the misunderstanding of Iron Man’s origin and doodling as a sign of not listening. The second can be true, but it’s also shown to result in better retention of what’s spoken.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/being-rich-wrecks-your-soul-we-used-to-know-that/2017/07/28/7d3e2b90-5ab3-11e7-9fc6-c7ef4bc58d13_story.html?tid=ss_fb&utm_term=.f3b31515464f

Culture (Art)

Filip Hodas has transformed pop culture icons into abandoned megastructures that are very creative.
http://www.nerdcore.de/2017/07/04/abandoned-popculture-megastructures/

Car Repair (Interesting People)

Jessica Chou moved beyond frustration at her own ignorance where car maintenance and repair is concerned to teaching other women how to.
https://amysmartgirls.com/jessica-chou-teaches-girls-how-to-fix-cars-on-her-youtube-channel-fc959011884b

Innovation (Medicine)

3D printing enables personalized reconstructive surgery.
http://www.ge.com/reports/bone-machine-3d-printing-revolutionizing-plastic-surgery/

Technique (Writing)

Techniques demonstrated in early teaching tales such as those of Aesop can be used to strengthen your writing.
http://writerunboxed.com/2017/08/02/stealing-from-aesop/

These Vampires Don't Sparkle

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