Morning Links for April 29, 2014
The little titanium ring that could and more.
Another so-called spring day in Milwaukee: mid-fifties weather and spittle from the clouds. Luckily for you, we've got your morning dose of links.
- A little titanium ring of beads is being called a "game-changer" in health care circles. The JS explains why.
- The New York Times has a sad story about the havoc wreaked by a flesh-eating fungal infection in New Orleans, and explains why these types of infections are on the rise across the nation.
- Urban Milwaukee has a surprisingly large glimpse at what the western Menomonee Valley looked like in the 1880s.
- Wisconsin's wolf population is down nearly 20 percent for 2013, says the JS, which means things are more or less going according to plan.
- Beautiful, haunting, disturbing - it all describes Wired's gallery of landscape photography by Donna J. Wan.