Here are some of the things I liked on the internet today:
Ed Yong writes in The Atlantic about how health care workers are strained not just by the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic but by a society that seems to be trying to ignore the reality of what is happening.
The Press Box discusses the trend of journalists moving to Substack and discuss Reeves Wiedeman to discuss the fall of WeWork.
The Guardian’s Day in Focus asks a question: What will it take for Donald Trump to concede? Lawrence Douglas doesn’t think he will, but he may submit to the result. (I think that makes sense.) Regardless, it is always bracing to hear how other countries are viewing what’s happening here.
The AthleticUK’s Daniel Taylor profiles Dave Fevre, a longtime English Premiere League physiotherapist who helped Manchester United win the FA Cup, League, and Champions League treble in 1999.
This is from 2017, but Elizabeth Kolbert’s New Yorker article explaining the evolutionary reasons Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds is one I come back to a bunch.
The On The Media team takes a deep dive into the conservative media ecosystem thatt has created an alternate reality thant help explain why so many believe the lie that the election was stolen from Trump.
Why It Matters discusses why we should focus on the disparities and public health problems created when fifty-five percent of the global population lacks access to safe sanitation.