Unless you are in the class of folks who can afford the services of Panamanian law firms, you are unlikely to avoid the Tax Day! Still, with your taxes done, why not kick back and read some of the better stuff that has been published on the Internet this week.
- Documenting the world’s animals, one picture at a time: A lovely profile of photographer Joel Sartore and a sampling of his wild life photos is my top pick for the week. [National Geographic]
- Did Internet kill the Fashion Critic?: The answer seems to be yes, especially as the speed of commerce has increased exponentially. [Antidote]
- An investigation of the algorithms that govern our lives: Just an old-school style investigative look into technology, data, algorithms and humanity. [CJR]
- Farm to Fable: All these so called farm to table restaurants are not as holier-than-thou as they seem to be, according to this extensive investigation by Tampa Bay Time Food Critic, Laura Reiley. Great read. [Tampa Bay Times]
- What If the Apocalypse Already Happened, and No One Noticed?: Thought provoking essay on the popular and fictional narratives around the idea of end days, dystopia and apocalypse. [Flavorwire]
- Taylor Swift, as you’ve never seen her before: Great profile. [Vogue]
- The Sugar Conspiracy: A British scientist had let us know about the harmful effects of sugar in 1972. He was discredited and his reputation was ruined. But in the end he was right. [The Guardian]