5 Interesting Links for 05-29-2020

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Pompeii and Herculaneum (Ancient History)

The British Museum attempted to bring the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum to life in its 2013 exhibit by using archeological discoveries to recreate the times before Mount Vesuvius erupted and killed everyone. An 82-minute video of the exhibit with additional materials including reenactment footage, originally released in theaters, is now available for free streaming on YouTube and Facebook. This article gives a glimpse of the treasures to be found within.

Recycled (Art)

Sean E. Avery creates beautiful sculptures out of shattered CDs and DVDs, giving the old storage medium a new life.

Recession (Finance)

Weathering a recession is difficult, but this article provides some tips for how to separate critical expenses from frivolous ones and manage your budget as a whole. It also points out specific tools within the financial management software Quicken to assist in this process.

Guest Posts (Marketing)

The second installment in Phoebe Darqueling’s series on using guest posts to spread awareness of your work explores how to find opportunities to share your articles.

Animals (Society)

Toronto is known for being lawful and mannerly, but the arrival of a wild fox family disrupted the rules set to protect against the spread of COVID-19. The article looks at the steps the city took to protect its citizens, both human and wild, and why everything fell apart in the first place.

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