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It's incredibly important these days to be able to navigate the murky world of online information.

This series of videos from Crash Course (taught by John Green, co-creator of Vlogbrothers and author of "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Turtles All The Way Down"), tackles the topic of navigating digital information, and is, in my opinion, required viewing for anyone who wishes to use the internet in any capacity.

Crash Course - Navigating Digital Information (youtube.com)

People on message boards:
   "Why did you make a new thread? There's a search function for a reason!"

Also those people:
   "Why did you respond to this 3 year old thread? Make a new one!"

I love mythology for its romantic and poetic way of thinking about the nature of the world. When you think about it, the sun is so like a god that it's not surprising how many human societies have worshipped it as one. Its energy staves off entropy and creates order. It warms us, it feeds us, it gives us life.

vlogbrothers - "On Sunlight" (youtube.com)

Love this piece. I've been a fan of Per-Olov Kindgren since finding him on YouTube in 2013. Enjoy! And check out his other compositions and arrangements!

"Pale Blue Dot" by Per-Olov Kindgren (youtube.com)

What a beautiful view!

Eagle Headcam Captures Stunning British Cliffs (youtube.com)

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit and other social media websites need fundamental structural change if they want to amount to anything positive and if they can't manage to make those adjustments and self-correct then they simply have no place.

Sacha Baron Cohen's Acceptance Speech for ADL's International Leadership Award (youtube.com)

"It's not about left or right, or leave or remain, or Trump or not. It's about whether it's actually possible to have a free and fair election ever again. Because as it stands, I don't think it is." - Carole Cadwalladr

"Facebook's Role in Brexit - and the Threat to Democracy" (youtube.com)

Despite having clearer goals compared to Bernie Sanders, despite having more concrete plans, and despite running on a very similar platform, Elizabeth Warren's campaign was never able to gain traction. This primary election very clearly showed me how much harder women have to work and how few mistakes they are allowed to make in order to even have a chance.

"Maxwell: Warren Ran An 'Explicitly Feminist' Campaign, And It's Why She's Done | MSNBC" (youtube.com)