Six Quick Links for Monday Noonish

Why You Can't Hear The Dialogue in Tenet. This drove me nuts – one of the reasons I was really disappointed in Tenet. [youtube.com]I guess "Are Outdoor Mask Mandates Still Necessary?" is a perfectly fine question to ask but is this really an urgent concern right now? [theatlantic.com]Herman Miller is acquiring Knoll to create a modern design supercompany. [newleaderinmoderndesign.com]"We're talking about a deadly flesh-eating vapor cloud that could affect 1 million people." [drillednews.com]The rules for Covid chess. "The queen just got her first dose of the Moderna vaccine and now thinks she can fly diagonally, horizontally, or vertically to Austin for vacation." [newyorker.com]"All adults in every U.S. state, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico are now eligible for a Covid-19 vaccine, meeting the April 19 deadline that President Biden set two weeks ago." [nytimes.com] ---Note: Quick Links are pushed to this RSS feed twice a day. For more immediate service, check out the front page of kottke.org, the Quick Links archive, or the @kottke Twitter feed.

Six Quick Links for Monday Noonish
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I guess "Are Outdoor Mask Mandates Still Necessary?" is a perfectly fine question to ask but is this really an urgent concern right now? [theatlantic.com]

Herman Miller is acquiring Knoll to create a modern design supercompany. [newleaderinmoderndesign.com]

"We're talking about a deadly flesh-eating vapor cloud that could affect 1 million people." [drillednews.com]

The rules for Covid chess. "The queen just got her first dose of the Moderna vaccine and now thinks she can fly diagonally, horizontally, or vertically to Austin for vacation." [newyorker.com]

"All adults in every U.S. state, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico are now eligible for a Covid-19 vaccine, meeting the April 19 deadline that President Biden set two weeks ago." [nytimes.com]

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