Hyperlink Roundup -- September 18
I didn't bother counting how many tabs I have open. Let's just say it's probably still around 70. Probably more if you count the windows open on my phone, many of which I'm linking this week (in my vain attempt to downsize).
- Over Labor Day Weekend, the ALA Facebook page got hacked. It ended up being a humorous event, especially considering the fact that a dramatic reenactment was done using Legos.
- From the Guardian, Roxanne Gay and Erica Jong discussion feminism and realize there are many differences of opinions. This comic also explains the situation well.
- I had this page open twice on my phone, so it must be pretty important to share: white privilege in comic form.
- Apparently my campus has a feminist zine?!?! It started in the late 1990s and I found an article with two of the founders reflecting back on it.
- Also a neat article about feminist criticism from AV Club.
- Plus remembering my position as a white feminist. Is it becoming clear I'm taking a feminist class this fall?
- Was doing some collection development for the libraries I work in and found some great feminist reading lists I'll have to revisit this school year.
- Plus, a reading list from Roxanne Gay via her Twitter.
- I'm also taking a memory class this fall and our professor shared this New York Times article about a 23 year old women who decided to have her brain frozen in the hopes of bringing her mind back to life one day.
- Tinder always makes me chuckle and this Newsweek article is a nice contrast from the Vanity Fair article that came out a couple of weeks ago. Moral of the story: dating is hard.
- The Mindy Project is back, but this time on Hulu. Real jazzed about the episode that premiered this week and I certainly hope they won't Hulu Plus the episode. Spoiler: IT WAS HILARIOUS. Glad Mindy is back and better than ever!
- I'm all about fangirling Anna Sale and love how the New York Times has a photo slideshow about her recent wedding.
- I'm also really excited at this Game of Thrones article. Alert: SPOILERS contained in the link.
- My friend Kasie and I have been watching the TV show, Fargo, loosely based on the 1996 film. Of course I'm biased towards this franchise because it has my last name but regardless, the TV show is on point. The second season comes out in October and based on this trailer, it's a season I'm not going to miss.