Friday’s online finds: Cozy up and dig in.
- Halifax’s road safety inaction is killing people – Five years ago, Halifax set a goal of reducing injuries and deaths from traffic collisions. But the numbers involving pedestrians and cyclists are going in the opposite direction. (The Coast)
- Parents are more worried about their children’s mental health than gun violence or bullying (Fast Company)
- 14 Reader Comments on Reader Comments – Cup Of Jo truly does have the best readers!
- What Gaslighting Actually Is…And What It Isn’t (Candidly)
- Violence Against Jacinda Ardern and Other Women Political Leaders Is an Attack on Democracy Itself (Ms.)
- And “Can women really have it all?” implies the existence of people who *do* (Kimberly Harrington)
Instead of asking if women can really have it all, it’d be more useful to examine why men seem to have it all.
- Artificially Intelligent Art And what humanity does or does not bring to the art that moves us (The Audacity)
- Shirtception (My Modern Met)
- Now I want to wallpaper everything, everywhere, all at once (AD)
- The Life-Changing Magic of Understanding Subtext on the Internet (Friday Things)
Stay warm, friends. (image)