This week: Bill Nye opens his doors to The New York Times. Among a hodgepodge of science-themed treasures: Eddy tubes "to teach visitors about magnetism," a Stirling engine, and a midnight blue map above his bed that "shows the lights of humankind." Read the story by Joanne Kaufman, here. Photos by Jake Naughton.
-Fifty chefs' hands.
-Thoughts on travel, from 1932.
-Jewelry dishes inspired by spoon indentations in yogurt.
-From NPR: "[Music] fills the empty space of solitude even as it stimulates a desire for it."
More recommended reading, here. Have a wonderful Monday.