Links I love

Links I love

What are your weekend plans? I’m starting the day by pulling the sheets off my poor tulips and peonies—spring has sprung around here, but it was well below freezing last night!

I hope your weekend has some loveliness in store. And to those who celebrate: happy Easter!

My favorite finds from around the web:

  • On Chandler Bing’s Job. “Chandler is Friends’ theme song rendered in a minor key. And he is the exception who proves the show’s rule.”
  • What Has the Pandemic Done to Our Boundaries? “Each relationship is a negotiation between its members, and over the past year, many froze. Once opportunity is reintroduced, so too is an increased potential for hurt feelings.”
  • The Therapy-App Fantasy. “With a therapy app, more blatantly than in most health-care transactions, the patient is a customer, and the customer is always right. But this assumes patients know what they want and need and that getting it will make them feel better.”

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Upcoming Events:

  • April 6, 7 pm ET: 12 Things Readers Should Know About Publishing: This is an MMD Book Club event. This year in publishing has been a doozy. The game has changed, but here is what you as a reader need to know. It’s no coincidence we’re doing this the month before the Summer Reading Guide comes out… (Classes are available as replays for members who cannot attend live.)
  • April 20, 1 pm ET: Bird By Bird flight discussion: Time for our Book Club discussion of flight pick Bird By Bird by Anne Lamott! This is an MMD Book Club event. (Discussions are available as replays for members who cannot attend live.)
  • April 28, 7 pm ET: Live chat with author Lily King: Author Lily King joins the MMD Book Club discussion of Writers & Lovers! (Events are available as replays for members who cannot attend live.)

You can find more upcoming events here.

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Laura Ingalls says:

    Wow! I have literally clicked on every single link! I read a few blogs, and I can honestly say that I only click on one or two links. Thank you! Now to figure out how to fit in reading all the articles and my current read The House in the Cerulean Sea…oh and work!

  2. Jenny says:

    Would it be possible to site sources (such as NYT or New Yorker) next to those links for those of us that don’t have a subscriptions and only have a limited number of views each month? Thanks for considering.

    • Aimee says:

      Hey Jenny – One thing I do is just hover over the link and in the bottom left of the browser it shows the website so I’ll know if it is one that commonly has a paywall. I was thinking today that my digital subscriptions have gotten a little out of control. In my ongoing efforts to read from a variety of sources, I may have digitally subscribed to a few too many. Hope that helps!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    fascinating link regarding Richard Wright’s last unpublished work, the story is still relevant today, hope it is published. I read Native Son in high school and was very moved by it, I hope they republish with the BOTM edits removed. Thank you for posting the Anti-asian racism books link, there a few I have not seen.

  4. Elizabeth says:

    fascinating link regarding Richard Wright’s last unpublished work, the story is still relevant today, hope it is published. I read Native Son in high school and was very moved by it, I hope they republish with the BOTM edits removed. Thank you for posting the Anti-asian racism books link, there a few books that I have not seen.

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