Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite links from the past week.
My Favorite Video
A team of researchers exploring a mile beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean ran across this graceful octopus that put on a show for them.
My Favorite Finance Articles
How much does one year off work cost? (5AM Joel)
Financial steps to take to combat the fact that we’re all expendable (Leisure Freak)
Thinking about money (Seth Godin)
Is traveling just materialism in a clever guise? (The Dumpster Dog Blog)
The biggest financial regrets of average Americans (Ritholtz)
Miscellaneous Links I Liked
This interactive map shows the median household income in every census tract in my home city of Cincinnati (Wander Cincinnati)
Carl Sagan demonstrates how the Greeks figured out the Earth was round and correctly calculated its circumference 2,000 years ago. (Video)
Super cool interactive map that shows when fall foliage is expected to peak in different regions around the U.S. (Smoky Mountains)
The hilarious photographs that made the finals for the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Awards (Comedy Wildlife)
Graffiti artist creates amazing street art illusions using only spray paint (My Modern Met)
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Latest posts by Zach (see all)
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