Today’s post feels very random, but these two links are too fascinating to pass up so why not post them together?
The first is on the importance of the Oxford comma. While some prefer to drop it (and I don’t judge), I prefer to use it for its clarity. As it turns out, the use of the comma has been helpful to some dairy drivers get overtime pay. Read more about that here. (Warning and apology: There’s a smidge of language in it.)
The second is about the Impressionists, specifically Van Gogh. If you thought “Starry Night” was a cool painting before, you’ll never be able to think of it quite the same way. It appears to capture fluid dynamics in action. Read that article here.
And since the video mentioned in the article isn’t linked, it’s here.
What do you think of the Oxford comma? Are you a fan of “Starry Night”?