5 Interesting Links for 12-22-2017

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared.

Tuna Fishing (History)

Tuna fishing was brought to Sicily by the Arabs, but this part of the history is not given the attention it deserves as shown by the decaying tonnara where the fish were prepared.
http://www.oxfordamerican.org/item/1336-in-the-tonnara

Support Animals (Psychology)

The reasons why cats, despite their reputation as standoffish, make excellent support animals.
http://t2conline.com/why-you-should-consider-a-cat-as-an-emotional-support-animal/

Solar (Technology)

A look at how solar panels work.
https://www.livescience.com/41995-how-do-solar-panels-work.html

Free Book (Promotion)

Over three posts, an author shows her results from paid ads for a free book (not permafree but free just for the month) with actual numbers (as true of all advertising, your results may vary).
https://terryodell.com/paying-to-advertise-a-free-book-part-1/

Rules (Orchestra)

A list of the rules for US orchestras to follow, an interesting mix of representational democracy and situational logic.
https://civicfellows.org/2017/11/02/the-unspoken-rules-of-an-orchestra/

The Captain's Chair, a Seeds Among the Stars short story

This entry was posted in Art, Music, Crafts, etc., Culture, History, Interesting Links, Promoting, Psychology, Technology. Bookmark the permalink.

Share Your Thoughts