I started the week in New York visiting family, and with one kid sick with whatever is going around. I ended the week sick myself for a few days, with a couple sick kids on the mend, and several inches of snow in between. So things have been a little quiet here on the blog this week. But I still managed to keep up with my article-a-day reading. Here’s what I read this week:
- 2/17/2019 – “The Miseducation of Artificial Intelligence” by Clive Thompson, WIRED*, Dec 2018.
- 2/18/2019 – “Among the Mountains and Martyrs” by Jason Motlagh, Outside, Jab/Feb 2019
- 2/19/2019 – “The Story of Storytelling” by Ferris Jabr, Harper’s*, March 2019
- 2/20/2019 – “Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue” by Katy Kelleher, Down East, March 2019
- 2/21/2019 – “The Inner Lives of Neutron Stars” by Clara Moskowitz, Scientific American*, March 2019
- 2/22/2019 – “The Four Best Eco-Friendly Cities to Retire to Now” by Matt Krantz, Money, March 2019
Note: a * next to a magazine indicates a subscription may be required to read the full article online.