AI: Internet Reading Material
I’ve been in a bit of a rut lately with regard to intake of new content – I’ve been busy with both school and various creative projects and not left a lot of time to keep up with things. But I have a pile of things – mostly articles, some comics and the like – bookmarked, that I go back and read when I need a pick-me-up or motivation boost or something else of the sort, and that I find myself often linking to other people because they come up as relevant to conversations I have over and over again.
Since I’m about to ask you all what some of your perennial favorite pieces of Internet are, here are a few of mine (an essay, a comic, and a poem, respectively):
Pretending to be Wise (what I bring up every time someone talks about being ‘neutral’ in a social justice conflict like it’s a virtue)
Marie Curie (actually, this is printed out and pinned to my bulletin board in my office, but close enough)
Prolate Spheroids (…also printed and pinned…)
What are some bookmarks you go back to (and send other people to) again and again? Why are they particularly special/meaningful/otherwise awesome to you?
The Afternoon Inqueery (or AI) is a question posed to you, the Queereka community. Look for it every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 3pm ET.
Featured image is from xkcd.