Posts Tagged ‘videos’

Election 2020: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

September 30, 2020

America’s 2020 presidential election is taking place during a pandemic and a blizzard of disinformation. Mass mail-in voting could delay results. “How ugly could it get?” asks The Economist. 

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Voter Suppression

September 25, 2020

The Guardian‘s Sam Levine looks at four key tactics used to block votes in Donald Trump’s campaign to delegitimize November’s election.

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Masks Work

September 15, 2020
Masks Work

Florence Nightingale masked, after H. M. Bonham-Carter

Face masks help contain the spread of COVID-19 better than you think. Henry Reich does the math:

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America Can Leave Fossil Fuels Behind

September 15, 2020

How America can leave fossil fuels behind, in one chart. a Vox video by Danush Parvaneh, David Roberts, and Joey Sendaydiego.

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Thank You, Dr. Frankenstein

September 10, 2020

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a tale of horror, but it also may have inspired a medical device keeping millions of people alive.

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The U.S. was warned to prepare for a pandemic in 2014. and before.

September 4, 2020

More:

“We Were Warned,” Uri Friedman, The Atlantic

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Social Distancing

September 1, 2020

Social distancing in an integral part of Wes Anderson‘s filmmaking vocabulary. A supercut video by Luis Azevedo.

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The Hidden Life of Rosa Parks

August 28, 2020

Graphics studio Eido, director Joash Berkeley, and Cornell University’s  Riché Richardson created this short animated film about civil rights icon Rosa Parks.

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How Masks Got Political

August 27, 2020

Health authorities agree: Wearing a mask can help stop the spread of the coronavirus. But even after thousands have died, many people still don’t believe it.

A Vox video by By Madeline Marshall.

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A Factory Makes $100,000 Architectural Models

August 24, 2020

RJ Models in Shen Zhen City, Guang Dong China, uses the hand model making of skilled craftsmen and computerized laser cutters, CNC mills, and 3d printers to make incredibly detailed and compex architectural models. A Strange Parts video.

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