That Oliver Sacks article might make you cry, FYI. Also, if you’ve never read one of his books, you totally should. He’s an excellent author.
- 1991: The Most Important Year in Pop-Music History Historical, musical, and quantitative evidence shows that the rise of rap is the most important thing that has ever happened to the genre. (The Atlantic)
- Reform of the Nerds, Starring Arthur Chu: How a game-show champion became the embattled conscience of American male geekdom. (PS Mag)
- Love, Lunacy, and a Life Fully Lived: Oliver Sacks, the Science of Seeing, and the Art of Being Seen (BrainPickings)
- The Brief and Tragic Life of Kalief Browder: Numbers alone can’t convey what the justice system does to the individual black body. (The Atlantic)
- Kalief Browder, 1993–2015 (The New Yorker)