I begin this week’s internet round up with a question – how many tabs is too many tabs to be open on your computer at one time? I have 16 right now. Between 7-15 is relatively standard for me. Is that too many? Is it… CRAZILY too many? Am I some sort of tab hoarder who can’t accept the fact that I’m never going to read that article about the guy who survived 8 Nazi death camps? OR, should I actually read that article right now? And maybe you should too??? It is the weekend, after all, and what better time to get in our long read articles we haven’t found time for throughout the week.
So here, I have a few:
First, since I already mentioned it, the BBC article about a man who survived 8 separate Nazi concentration camps.
Also, from BBC, the story of the world’s youngest cryogenically frozen child.
I actually did get around to reading this one, about why white people won’t choose predominantly black schools, but I would like to read it again and share it with everyone I know because it is really, really good and important to think about.
And in my absolute favorite headline of the week, “Have we discovered megastructures built by aliens around a distant star?” I don’t know, but that sounds freaking amazing!
But perhaps you’re looking for something a little lighter and more adorable than stories about the Holocaust and aliens who almost certainly could destroy us? What about some photos of dogs flying through the air and looking hilarious then?
And with that, IT’S THE FREAKIN, WEEKEND, MAN. (I don’t feel like I entirely pulled off the use of that phrase, but it’s Friday and I no longer care.) Have a great one! See you Monday!