So Ms. Lee and local residents, desperate to save the 96-year-old school, came up with an idea: How about enrolling older villagers who wanted to learn to read and write?
Such a good reminder of the privilege inherent in the opportunity to learn–what joy they have in this chance too.
(NYT: Running Out of Children, a South Korea School Enrolls Illiterate Grandmothers)
I just had a sudden burst of nostalgia for The Show with Ze Frank (and A Show as well). A time and a place and a movement that’s led to so much of what the internet is today. And low and behold, he’s still out there, but behind the scenes:
Ze Frank Interview
Not to volunteer for a gig as an unpaid #influencer, but I can’t believe the salads at Wendy’s these days. Apples, nuts, blue cheese, pomegranate dressing that, rather than being sickly sweet, tastes like angels playing piccolo on my tastebuds. How did that make it through the fast food decision-making grinder?