Link Love: #004

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Something to read: There are very few things I memorize in the present day, but in my youth memorizing song lyrics and speeches was a passion. I enjoyed this article about the beauty of planting passages in your memory.

Something to watch: The Ultimatum on Netflix is literally the most chaotic TV show I’ve watched. A group of twenty-somethings are deciding if they want to get married by dating each other. It’s truly wild and I love it. I feel like we need a SoCurious Culture Meetup where we gab about tv shows. 

A podcast to listen to: On the For Colored Nerds podcast they chat about diversity in period tv. And as a super fan of The Gilded Age, Bridgerton, and The Great, it was an incredible listen. 

Someone to follow: If you are a Twitter person, I would love for you to follow the new SoCurious Twitter account

A song to listen to: Every Little Piece of my Heart by Dixson has been on repeat. My friend Joy shared the song with me and in theory I shouldn’t love it. It has a prominent saxophone, my least favorite of the instruments. (Don’t @ me) But the song sways back and forth in a nouveau-90s kinda way that I love.

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