Linklist 19 december 2021

Kirsten Dunst’s Feminine Urges
For three decades, Dunst has been one of our preëminent performers of conflicted womanhood. With “The Power of the Dog,” she might be finally getting her due.
Thwaites: Antarctic glacier heading for dramatic change
Thwaites is a colossus. It's roughly the size of Great Britain, or Florida, and its outflow speed has doubled in the past 30 years.
Your 'Best Shows of The Year' Lists All Have One Glaring Omission
Spoiler: Mare of Easttown
Waarom oude, gedragen bandshirts ineens voor flinke bedragen over de toonbank gaan
Literature Clock
How The Matrix 4.0 resurrects an iconic 20-year love story
Decades after 'The Matrix' changed movies forever, Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss return for the year's most timely sequel.
Tom Morello Signs Open Letter Denouncing Amazon's Palm-Scanning Concert Tech
That Time I Bought 50 Pairs of Jeans. For Science.
We’re going to talk about all the ways that all of these jeans failed. We will also talk about the two pairs I kept and why they’re okay if not great and what I’m actually wearing day to day.
Reddit Reads
Book reccomendations from reddit
Hey, Facebook, I Made a Metaverse 27 Years Ago
It was terrible then, and it’s terrible now.
The ‘Succession’ Cast On the Astonishing Season-Three Finale
The Curious History of Steam Heat and Pandemics
Steam heating and radiators were designed to heat buildings on the coldest day of the year with all the windows open.
The economics of movie product placements
Today’s films are brimming with products from big-name brands. How exactly do these partnerships work?