Thursday, May 06, 2021

Three Interesting Things

1. I confess I find this unravelling of the man behind the Catch Me If You Can book (later "Oprah" appearances, movie, musical, and so on) fascinating in part because I found the book so unbearably smug, and of course in retrospect should have suspected it was that thing when you are trapped at an event with the person who keeps trying to impress you with unbelievable stories.  I am so sorry to the folks he harmed. 
2. Jenn at Reapprorpiate wrote a thougthful piece about the continued value of AAPI Heritage Month - aka May - and also her changing relationship with it.  
3. Audie Cornish of NPR's Office Hours piece with Elle has many lovely tidbits, including thinking about negotiationg for more than just pay.