Just a note that I’ll be taking a short hiatus from the blogosphere over the holidays. I hope you all are able to enjoy time with family and/or friends and have the privilege and ability to enjoy good food and good company. Now, without further ado, the things I think you need to click on this week…
I know a lot of people are pitching in on the Ferguson decision. This article from The Washington Post is one of the best I’ve read about the decision not to indict Williams. Short, and spot on.
On to lighter topics: Check out these gorgeous photographs from French artist Thierry Cohen depicting what cities would look like if lit only by the stars. The images are breathtaking and haunting.
At 6’2″ I’m used to a lot of talk from strangers surrounding my height. It’s such a part of me that I even include it on my resume. Most people see it as a positive asset, and it is, but this article is a wonderful look at the complexities of being a (very) tall woman.
A friend of the family posted this beautifully designed look at the linguistics of color in Chinese and English. Take a look!