Assorted links #2

31. Stanley Milgram and the uncertainty of evil
32. Electric Schlock: Did Stanley Milgram’s Famous Obedience Experiments Prove Anything?
33. LinkedIn’s Alternate Universe
34. Who Did J.K. Rowling Become?
35. The economics of Christmas trees
36. How To Understand Things
37. On The Exciting Subject Of Earwax And Unsupported Medical Arguments
38. The real David Attenborough
39. The UX of LEGO Interface Panels
40. 99 Good News Stories From 2020 You Probably Didn’t Hear About
41. Memos
42. The Observer Effect – Daniel Ek
43. The economics of vending machines

And here is a list with a few good Twitter threads:

44. Something I’ve learned while in law school is about the social construction of crime
45. In 40 tweets I will describe 40 powerful concepts for understanding the world
46. Here are 50 ideas that shape my worldview
47. Thread on creating your own CS degree online
48. Lessons from different fields
49. Bastion forts around the world
50. My top 12 favourite perceptual illusions
51. A meta-thread of some of my favourite Twitter threads

And some links to good video essays and clips on YouTube:

52. 4-2: The History of Super Mario Bros.’ Most Infamous Level
53. Exploring the Sonic Cocktail of Beastie Boys’ PAUL’S BOUTIQUE
54. Akira Kurosawa – Composing Movement
55. BOOKSTORES: How to Read More Books in the Golden Age of Content
56. How The Shawshank Redemption Humanizes Prisoners
57. Sexual Assault of Men Played for Laughs – Part 1 Male Perpetrators
58. Van Gogh’s Ugliest Masterpiece
59. The Art Of Sci-Fi Book Covers
60. This Is What a “Second-Person” Video Game Would Look Like

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