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How Men Became "Emotional Gold Diggers" — Men Have No Friends and Women Bear the Burden

Getting shit together.
For millennial men in particular, a major challenge is understanding they need help in the first place. “Men have never been taught how to identify what their emotional needs are, their thoughts and feelings, or to express how someone can help them fulfill these,” explains Dr. Angela Beard, a clinical psychologist at the Veterans Affairs in Dallas, Texas. Forced to question long-held masculine ideals, therapy can be a meaningful and transformative process, even for her most reluctant patients. “No one has ever asked them what masculinity means to them, and they’ve never asked themselves,” says Beard. “They can get a lot of insight from this process.”

Link: How Men Became "Emotional Gold Diggers" — Men Have No Friends and Women Bear the Burden

How the EverCrypt Library Creates Hacker-Proof Cryptography

Las matemáticas son una fuente de nuevas metáforas y signos que llevo conmigo a partir de esta década. Aunque es triste saber que no sé leer este tipo de matemáticas y que solo me quedo con las equivalencias que estas divulgaciones aportan.

Esta cita tiene sentido tras leer el artículo.

“You can write software as if you were a software developer, but at same time you can write a proof as if you were a theoretician.”

Link: How the EverCrypt Library Creates Hacker-Proof Cryptography

Creo en los signos de Errolson Hugh

Esta entrevista es lo más estimulante que he leído en los últimos meses.

Errolson Hugh Sees the Future

Carly Rae Jepsen: The People's Pop Star

Jepsen has the ability to move in and out of her comfort zone, and as a performer, she grants that superpower to her listeners. It’s why people—young, queer, brown, and all of the above—gravitate so much to her music. Carly Rae Jepsen is someone who genuinely believes love is the most important thing in the whole world. She writes songs about her e•mo•tions, about how unwieldy they are, and then wields them in hundreds and hundreds of pop songs. Sometimes, if we’re lucky, we get to hear a few.

Carly Rae Jepsen: The People's Pop Star | GQ

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