Weekly Web Harvest for 2020-08-16
- How Two British Orthodontists Became Celebrities to Incels – The New York Times
Mike especially appreciated the words of Marcus Follin, a Swedish bodybuilder and ethnonationalist vlogger who calls himself the Golden One. In a popular video, the Golden One explained to his 100,000 subscribers how “mewing” could help return vigor and good looks to modern men. After the British Orthodontic Society expelled Mike, the Golden One rallied his followers to spread mewing videos in order to combat Mike’s orthodontic “adversaries,” who he said had a “vested interest” in silencing the Mews.
- We’d Love to Join Your Learning Pod – McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
We’ve been asked to join other multimodal sensory learning Hamptons pods, but your pod sounds AMAZING — so Laura Ingalls Wilder one-room schoolhouse meets Hunger Games, but in the best way. In this time when kids aren’t getting enough hugs, your pod seems full of hygge. I love that the students will learn to finger knit the words GOOD TROUBLE, and I agree that archery really should be considered the sport of this pandemic. And you’re certainly never too young to grow your own ingredients to make vegetarian haggis.
- InfoWars Reporter Hailed As a Deep State Victim. The Cops Say She Just Robbed Her Mom.
The trio’s alleged attempts to lie to officers were so obvious to authorities that they were described as absurd. At one point, Weaver’s brother Charles told an officer that he had run behind the house to check out a flooding issue, not to hide the phone. When the officer pointed out that there were no footprints in the mud to show that Weaver had gone behind the house, Charles countered that he had “jogged” — which supposedly wouldn’t have left footprints.
- There Are Only 37 Possible Stories, According to This 1919 Manual for Screenwriters | Open Culture
Begging to be used to analyze some stories/news and to make a story prompt generator.
- What makes a good instructional video? – Teach. Think. Blog.
Some stuff that might help with instructional video considerations.
via ol daily
- 1940s NYC | Street photos of every building in New York City in 1939/1940