Wonder on the Web
He Who Has Eyes to See (or Hasn’t), Let Him See
We aim to communicate wonder through the written word, but we try to experience it with other senses as well—auditory included. We’re especially excited about a new podcast from NPR: Invisibilia, which focuses on science, narrative, and “the invisible forces that control human behavior.” Their premiere on This American Life makes a provocative claim about blindness: ...
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