Byte sized #2: Reply All and the Girl Guides, plus bonus Alanis

This week’s Reply All, episode #28, Shipped To Timbuktu, made me cry. Find out how adults running Girl Guides, to loosely quote one of the interviewees, “saved the childhoods” of children living in a concentration camp. Not even kidding.

#ICYMI: It’s Gen X theme week, probably because everything is suddenly turning 20. Soraya Roberts over at Hazlitt looks at the making of Alanis Morissette.

Even though Father’s Day is over, Lindsay Popper’s How to Love Your Father When He’s in Prison for Child Porn on Narratively has stayed with me. (Trigger warning)

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Featured picture: Girl Guides: Eating Watermelon, circa 1924-1934. Photographer: Unknown. Archives: Girl Guides of Canada -Guides du Canada via Flickr.

Byte sized #1

Stories catching my eye right now:

It’s the 20th anniversary of Microserfs! Alex Pappademas over at Grantland takes an in-depth look at tech culture, and tech culture storytelling, in the 90s.

Will Oremus at Slate reports moments are having a moment. Maybe you can take some snackable content along.

Are we entering a world without work? Derek Thompson takes on the question at The Atlantic.

Bunny mummies are fierce!