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This is less an article to read than the link to a free book from the Chicago University Press. It’s a PDF by an artist that offers a tour of the art of Europe, especially with travel limited during these times of COVID-19. The offer is only valid through July, so check it out quickly.
Seeing is believing, so scientists crafted a visual experiment to test various types of non-medical grade masks and their ability to prevent the transmission of fluid across a distance. The methodology is described and results analyzed, and the article includes the video of their experiment as well, in case you want to see for yourself.
This article explains how keywords improve your book description and offers tips on finding the best keywords directly or through available tools.
If you’re like me, there’s a history of folded paper airplanes in your backstory. Well, in case you’re bored or want to challenge your folding technique, here’s a database of paper airplane designs for practically every situation. (Via Jane Friedman)
This is a personal narrative of one white woman’s experience with racism that threatened her black husband. She shares this story to help all of us see just how unequal our system is. No one died, but the different reactions of her husband and sister-in-law spoke volumes about how this is not an unusual occurrence from their perspectives.