Week in Review – The Snowy Edition

Good morning from Maine where it really looks like winter now. We finally have snow which all Mainers secretly like even if they complain about outwardly. Complaining about the snow might be the universal pass-time of winter, without snow we’d just be stuck complaining about the governor threatening to close schools if he doesn’t get what he wants. Before I take Morrison out to play in the snow with some other dogs, I’ll share with you this week’s most popular posts.

1. Brain Pickings – A Daily Bit of Culture and Thought
2. Get the Math – Multimedia Math Challenges
3. Watch Freedom Riders Online for Free
4. City Data – Statistics and Discussions About Cities
5. Video – The Last 100 Years in 10 Minutes
6. How Do You Keep Up With All of This?
7. Complete Missions on NASA’s Station Spacewalk Game

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