It's Saturday! Every week, I send out an email with one thing I think is great, one thing that made me laugh, and one thing I found interesting. Feel free to spread the word and share these emails with friends. If you're checking this out for the first time, you can see the archive and sign up to get these emails here.
There's a new episode of You're the Expert online today. It features a chemist who invents new colors that scientists use to help develop cures. Listen here: Link
The Payoff is still up and running too. Each week, Antonia and I learn how to be a little less terrified of dealing with money: Link
TODAY, March 18th at 7:30 p.m. You're the Expert headlines the Maine Science Festival with panelists Roy Wood, Jr., Michelle Buteau, and Charlie Hankin. Link
Tuesday, March 21th at 7:30 p.m. at 7 Stages. You're the Expert returns to the Atlanta Science Festival with Josh Sharp, Shalewa Sharpe, and Chuck Bryant (from Stuff You Should Know). Link
Thursday, March 30th at 7:00 p.m. at National Geographic. We're taking over NatGeo's Grosvenor Auditorium for a very special live You're the Expert. Link
My full calendar with all upcoming shows is online here.
This week's list
1 Thing I Think Is Great:
Adam Rosenberg talks in his sleep. For years, other people have told him about it. But he decided to mount an audio recorder over his bed and hear for himself. The result is this hilarious and bizarre video where Adam animates the real sound bytes he captured of his subconscious. The Somniloquist
1 Thing That Made Me Laugh:
What is your all-time favorite comedy sketch? I was debating with some friends and when it comes to the sketch that has consistently made me laugh the most, it's this one. Liam Neeson trying to do improv with Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant is so simple and so funny. I don't think this will ever stop making me laugh. Liam Neeson Does Improv
1 Interesting Thing:
Sarina Roma is a documentary producer with a new series on Netflix called Abstract: The Art of Design. The show is fascinating and addictive. It covers everything from Christoph Niemann's illustrations to cars to stage design. Each episode is beautifully shot and it's one of those shows where after watching it, you notice all sorts of new details in the world around you. As they say in the series "From architecture to photography to typography, their art shapes our lives." Abstract: The Art of Design
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend,