5 Interesting Links for 12-20-2019

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

Culture (Education)

Mike Wilcox, an anthropologist who teaches at Stanford University, seeks to correct the false narrative surrounding California’s Native American population by engaging his students in working with the modern day Muwekma Ohlone. (Via Critical Mission Studies)

Health (Motion)

A study found the negative effects of a sedentary lifestyle are not only to physical, but also mental, health and adding more exercise does not counter them. (Via LifeGlider)

Science (Ocean)

It takes a lot of scrolling, but this is an incredibly effective method of conveying the vast depths of the Earth’s water with some commentary, context, and pictures of life found at those depths. Be prepared to go deep. (Via David Bridger)

Art (Process)

At this time of year, a delicious, spicy snack becomes suddenly inedible as it transforms into a work of art. I’m talking about gingerbread houses, but this one is both elaborate and a wonderful demonstration of what can be done with a laser cutting table. Posted on the Glow Forge community, enjoy a pictorial glimpse into one person’s process for turning gingerbread into an amazing house using the Glow Forge. And don’t miss the homage to the tool, though my favorite is the tree.

Listening (Technique)

While I’m not thrilled with the concept of ‘offers’ as what to listen for, ignoring the word, the rest of this piece has solid advice for communicating as opposed to either talking over or waiting for your turn to talk.

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