The Wednesday Four (09/14/16)

Hey, I’m back! I’ve gathered lots of links over the last year I’m finally going to share them. I’m sure you’re all excited. Here are this week’s four. 

Color Tour ... September Ivy by Ken Scott

Color Tour … September Ivy by Ken Scott

The Wednesday Four (6/22/16)

Happy Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade Day! I wish I was in Cleveland. Onto the links.


2016 NBA Champions (c) Cavs

The Wednesday Four (05/04/16)

Two links from the same site this week. I try not to do it that often, but this week it couldn’t be helped. Both articles are great.


Over a period of six orbits on on February 3, 2012, the recently launched Suomi NPP satellite provided the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument enough time to gather the pixels for this synthesized view of Earth showing North Africa and southwestern Europe. Image by Norman Kuring, NASA GSFC, using dat from the VIIRS instrument abore Suomi NPP (Source)


The Wednesday Four (04/27/16)

I’m still here! Blogging regularly is hard, though this might change in the near future. Anyway! Onto the links.



The Wednesday Four (03/02/16)

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? But we’re back! Or, rather, I’m back since there’s only one of me. Anyway, onto the links.

  • How to Speak Cat New research says that feline communication is possible—but not intuitive. (Atlas Obscura) – If only we could convince cats to stop spreading their allergens so I could own one! Someone I don’t think that’s going to happen, though.
  • What Should We Say About David Bowie and Lori Maddox? (Jezebel)
  • The Deep Space of Digital Reading Why we shouldn’t worry about leaving print behind. (Natilus)
  • Dark books What’s more wholesome than reading? Yet books wield a dangerous power: the best erode self, infecting readers with ideas (Aeon) – Yes, give me all the bad books! Okay, not really, but who are we to tell people what to read? But, seriously, this is a great article.

You get a bonus link today because it was both the first election I voted AND the year I graduated from high school/my first year of college.

Spring violetsSpring violets (c) Rachel Kramer