Elsewhere: Week of March 22, 2021
Elsewhere is a series of interesting things I came across during the week, published every Sunday.
- Universal health care is a fundamental human right, but it has to come hand-in-hand with accessibility to be truly universal. Quebec has a long way to go.
- This Twitter thread tries to describe what systemic racism feels like to folks that have never experienced it.
- No, we don’t really swallow spiders in our sleep.
- If you really want to understand a subject, it’s not enough to read about it — you also have to read around it.
- As a sometimes-photographer, I understand both the value of, and the sheer work involved in, culling a set of photos down to the “keepers.” Some now offer their photo-curating skill to the general public.”
- And what's much more concerning, quite frankly, is [Tesla] are using consumers, bystanders, other passengers, pedestrians, and bicyclists as lab rats for an experiment for which none of these people signed up.”