Community responses to an introversion poll inspired by Susan Cain, a comment on Nikolai Begg’s description of a tool to fix one of the most dangerous moments in surgery, and a giddy post about a mid-career sabbatical motivated by Stefan Sagmeister’s talk.
This week’s comments includes replies to Simon Anholt’s introduction of the Good Country Index, a thought on the purity of art (and how we have polluted it with money), and an argument for trusting our own intellectual selves.
This week’s haul of great comments includes thoughts on Jamila Lyiscott’s spoken word essay, the happy memory of an excellent teacher, and a shared photo of a cockroach carcass, inspired by Ed Yong’s tales of dastardly parasites.
This week’s digital mailbag includes thoughts on the late Rita Pierson’s call to educational arms and a very personal response to Stella Young’s argument that just because she’s in a wheelchair, we really shouldn’t see her as being an inspiration.
Pakistan-based community member and software engineer Shahzad Afzal had a complicated response to Ziauddin Yousafzai’s TED Talk, My daughter, Malala.
Community member and Montessori educator Della Palacios sees a connection between Bryan Stevenson’s work in criminal justice and her own field of education — and it’s not a healthy one.