This week's reads (Feb 24, 2020)

Communicating as a remote worker:
The Basecamp Guide to Internal Communication

Pandemic prep:
Past Time to Tell the Public: “It Will Probably Go Pandemic, and We Should All Prepare Now”, by Ian M. Mackay (tl;dr: Buy extra prescription drugs, stop touching your face all the time)

In case you need to identify dice from the 70s, or if you just want to be reminded that there's always a new rabbithole:
Identifying Dice of the 1970s by Jon Peterson

Slate trying to ruin Choose Your Own Adventure books:
“Oh My God, It’s Milton Friedman for Kids” by Rebecca Onion

Slate doing a way better ob on Choose Your Own Adventure books:
Choose Your Own Adventure: How The Cave of Time taught us to love interactive entertainment by Grady Hendrix

On the magic of Kristin Stewart in Charlie's Angels:
In Charlie’s Angels, Kristen Stewart makes a case for herself as our new Hollywood Chris by Constance Grady (good week for Gradys on this blog)

Excellent podcast on ethics, governance in WordPress & open source more generally:
Ep 15: Morten Rand-Hendriksen. On ethics in design & technology and the case for WordPress governance on the PressNomics podcast.

Talks at WordCamp Miami:
WordPress Developer Training
Create Stunning Layouts With Various Image Blocks In Gutenberg
Introduction to WP Security
Ideate, Plan & Execute your Online Community

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