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- Ethiopian food is a bread-based cuisine.
- Justine L. would like to remind everyone about Inkscape, an open-source .svg editor.
- The GIMP
- Eric M. reopens the disagreement about exam corrections.
- We’d love it if you Follow Up’d with us!
- David has found headphones that you can sleep in
- Paul would like you to know about the motherload of NGSS Lessons - Better Lesson
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This Week's Topic: Summer Reading 2016- “Lab Girl”
- Let us now praise Famous Bill
- Hope Jahren's twitter feed
- Hope Jahren’s Blog
- “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi
- Alex Dainis on YouTube
- An illustration of how science works
- We’d love any more feedback you might have about the read!
- Paul learned about dead fish in the Yellowstone. Paul is not responsible
- David learned about imaginary friends & the reddit group for “tulpamancers” on last week’s “Reply All”
- Birds With Arms
- Though it is pointed out in the link above, Sydney B. reminds us that injera (the bread base for Ethiopian cuisine) is in fact made from Teff, and not from fermented wheat. David apologized for grain-maligning a vibrant culinary tradition.