#3 Reads for Today
Monthly compilation of great reads from around the web
February was a lot different than I was expecting. After leaving my job at Aliados Consulting, I was expecting a month of vagabonding and some reading, and instead, I had a pretty busy month. Even though I’m not committing to anything yet, I was able to work on some old projects, Portuguese Women in Tech, and some new and exciting projects. More on that soon.
Maybe I didn’t read as much as expected, but I still read a few great articles and books and listen to many hours of podcasts. Here are my favorites.
[Edtech] US Edtech’s Roaring Twenties Begins With $8.2 Billion Invested in 2021
[Writing] A guide to Writing Well
[Book] Metabolical: The Lure and the Lies of Processed Food, Nutrition, and Modern Medicine
[Podcast] Margaret Atwood — A Living Legend on Creative Process, The Handmaid’s Tale, Being a Mercenary Child, Resisting Labels, the Poet Rug Exchange, Liminal Beings, Burning Questions, Practical Utopias, and More
When I was listening to Margaret Atwood’s interview, I tweeted:
Her curiosity, energy, and drive are inspirations for me.
And that’s it for this month. Please share with me your favorite reads and leave comments, so we can keep the discussion going.
Have a great month,