This active wildfire map by the LA Times combines data from many sources to reveal a shocking up-to-the-minute picture. Wavy lines (extending over the ocean) are air pollution.
The first all-female space walk is happening right now and NASA is livestreaming it. You can see the view from helmet mounted cameras as they make repairs! Expected to continue for around another 2 hours (until 12:30 EST)
…and if you need a reminder how dark facebook’s beating heart remains, this fresh news should do it:
This interview with Cambridge Analytica/FB whistleblower Christopher Wylie (@chrisinsilico) was really interesting (where by “interesting” I mean “frightening and horrifying”).
Thoughts, prayers, and trucker grade caffeine pills for my friends working on The Circus this week. Godspeed.
If you missed having Marianne Williamson in the last debate, be sure to watch @AmanpourCoPBS today on either CNN International around 1:30p eastern, or later tonight on PBS. Link to follow….
George Takei’s memories of being placed into an internment camp are vivid and shocking. This interview covers that once again relevant period of his life in detail.
Super fun interview with Gurinder Chadha (@GurinderC) and @sarfrazmanzoor about their film “Blinded By the Light”. Great story about how art can connect across cultures.
I’m back at Amanpour & Company (@AmanpourCoPBS)…and I got two great interviews in my first week. I’m going to post links, and fill back in some faves from my run earlier in the summer.