Just about have the backlog of old material cleaned out from Evernote, which is why there a few more links this week than normal. Bet you can’t guess where you’ll find them.
- Discover Magazine illuminates what it calls the “troublesome bloom of autism.” I happened to catch Frontline‘s special on immunization this week, so I found this piece particularly relevant.
- The NYTimes City Room blog tells of when love conquers all, even the loss of two jobs.
- Cooking Light magazine reveals the most common cooking mistakes and how to avoid or recover from them—good for any neophyte in the kitchen, such as myself.
- The Atlantic profiles Don Johnson, the “man who broke Atlantic City“—not the actor appearing in this season of Eastbound and Down.
- The NYTimes reports that Americo Lopes, the worker who initially hid lottery winnings from the rest of the office betting pool, was forced to share the $38.5 Million Prize.
- Slate writer Annie Lowrey wonders where’s _why?
- Robert Krulwich shows us two ways to think about nothing.
- The Onion‘s A.V. Club discusses why some people (like myself) don’t like cult TV show Community. Wonder why I don’t like it? See if you can find my comment on the article!