Weekly Roundup, Week 3

Cheers to the weekend, everyone! This is my Weekly Roundup, in which I share news and links I read in the past week.

First off, Quartz takes a look at Africa’s brain drain. The statistics are fascinating: Nigerians make up the largest number of the USA’s African population. These are intellectuals who are being pushed out by economic hardship, when they are needed in their home countries.

This is an article in Electric Literature on the writing life in Nigeria by A. Igoni Barrett.

Over at the Washington Post, this article rails at the folly of labelling food healthy, saying:

Our food is not healthy. We will be healthy if we eat nutritious food. Words matter. And those that we apply to food matter more than ever.

Gizmodo brings us the 25 most popular passwords of 2015. Please do not use password, qwertyuiop, login or 123456 as your actual password. If your password is on that list, go change it to something, anything else.

Finally, in case you missed them, my posts on getting rid of clutter, and my predictions for Sunday, May 22, 2016.

Have a lovely weekend!

 


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