Here's some diversity for you: the Black Girl Hockey Club, formed by black female hockey fans who were uncomfortable attending NHL games with their mostly white, male crowds. (NY Times)
Oregon's CAHOOTS program, which has EMTs and social workers responding to some calls rather than police.
Airbus releases early-stage designs for hydrogen-powered aircraft.
Is the Dutch royal family's golden coach racist?
Among the things you can find on YouTube is Lyndon Johnson's speech in the aftermath of Kennedy's assassination.
That came from Farhad Manjoo's NY Times piece about reliving the 1960s on the internet.
As battery prices fall, the era of electric cars seems right around the corner. (NY Times)
Battling the invasive spotted lanternfly.
Review of Orlando Patterson's new book, with a long discussion of his take on slavery and the post-colonial experience.
In 1795 American politics was riled by conspiracy theories about the Bavarian Illuminati, spread by (among others) Yale president Timothy Dwight.
Because of the energy cost of operating all those servers, the environmental cost of music streaming is greater than printing and shipping CDs. According to this calculation, the environmental cost of music is now greater than ever.