Five links for a final Friday (June)

Following on my new series, here are five pieces for June’s final Friday:

  1. High-altitude language: How geography influences linguistics
  2. The end of an era: India to send its last telegram, telegram aficionado threatens a Gandhian fast in protest
  3. Tricycle magazine’s summer book reviews include A Hundred Thousand White Stones, my newest editorial release
  4. “If you can’t be accused of being sentimental, you’re not even in the ballpark” – Sentiment and male authors in the Daily Beast
  5. Ian Crouch (The New Yorker) on remembering what you read, and whether it matters

UPDATE (6:34PM): And one more for good measure: A Dalai Lama giggle reel


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