The Link #269: [In the fog]
October 11, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is hard to understand, partially because it’s a particularly high-variance infection. Plus, ‘brain fog’, a less-understood, long-term symptom.

Remote learning is devastating for a large number of students.

It’ll be fine: acceptance parenting.

The House Judiciary committee put out a few hundred pages on competition in digital markets, and The Verge summarized it for us.

Here’s an FAQ for SPACs.

What is the future of cities? San Francisco is collapsing, New York is on the mend, but who can say. Plus, home improvement and nesting.

The NYT profiles one of my favorite columnists, Matt Levine.

20020 is the sequel to 17776, an absurd view of football.

Photographs of the Northern Nights from 70,000 feet in a spy plane.

Perspective: a map with the ocean at the center.

Comparing the sizes of fictional starships.

It is literally impossible for me to be the imposter.

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