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  • Architectuul looks at a new architecture project intent on the interface between land and sea.

  • Bad Astronomy reports on the impact of a meteorite with a house in Uruguay.

  • Caitlin Kelly at the Broadside Blog writes about the importance of lightening the loads of others when one can.

  • Centauri Dreams writes about how OSIRIS-REx is responding to unexpected conditions at Bennu like its relative rockiness. https://www.centauri-dreams.org/2019/03/21/working-with-the-unexpected-at-asteroid-bennu/
  • The Crux considers the remarkable versatility of ketamine, as anesthetic and anti-depressant among other things.

  • D-Brief notes a report that reveals universal patterns of app usage on cell phones by different people.

  • Dangerous Minds shares some vintage R.E.M. performances from 1981.

  • Earther notes that temperatures in parts of Alaska have just briefly peaked at 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Gizmodo notes the new accurate guide for walkers provided by a new Google Maps system making use of landmarks.

  • Kieran Healy breaks down some data from the 2018 General Social Survey.

  • Joe. My. God. notes that the Sylvester classic "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" has been selected for preservation by the National Registry of the Library of Congress.

  • JSTOR Daily makes a case for treating the art of children not as mere scribblings but rather as art worthy of serious consideration.

  • Language Hat notes the sensitive translation by one man of the Bible into the 20th century vernacular Arabic of Egypt.

  • Lawyers, Guns and Money considers the Mueller report, what is and is not likely to be in it, and how one should react to it.

  • Marginal Revolution notes the extent to which the employment rates of women has been a driving factor in recent American economic history.

  • Personal Reflections' Jim Belshaw celebrates his 13th anniversary of blogging.

  • Roads and Kingdoms interviews Shannon Mustipher on Caribbean rum culture.

  • Drew Rowsome takes a look at the new interactive theatre piece Amorous Playlist.

  • Starts With A Bang's Ethan Siegel explains why quantum tunneling does not violate the speed of light.

  • Towleroad notes that the AndrĂ© Aciman sequel to Call Me By Your Name, Find Me, is scheduled for an October release.

  • The Volokh Conspiracy notes how the denaturalization by Italy of a man who committed terrible criminal acts sets a bad precedent for citizenship generally.

  • Window on Eurasia lists five tactics that non-Russian republics in Russia could adopt to resist their abolition.

  • Arnold Zwicky begins a meditation that starts with the sight of a vegetarian reuben sandwich.

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