Trevor Noah’s reflections on the power of language to bridge cultural and racial gaps from his book, Born a Crime.
Tips on how to take advantage of Amazon’s Whispersync audiobook discounts. Example included with screenshots.
Like what the botanists do when moving trees, take care of your roots when life uproots you from your natural habitat.
Last July, I highlighted the best books of 2016 from the first half of the year. This post lists my favorites from the rest of 2016.
Know people who glorify the past, the good old days, without regard for the future? Read more on how to deal with these nostalgic naysayers.
Check out my picks for the fall reading list! It’s more academic than the summer list, but really exciting to get to.
The inaugural episode of the Reading Interview Series with Justin Kim on his reading habits and philosophy.
I’m hosting a book giveaway: Presence by Amy Cuddy. This is her successful book on how posture affects our confidence.
In Uncle Tungsten, Oliver Sacks recounted stories of his chemical childhood. He ended with profound questions on what happens when we grow up.