Morning Cup of Links: Where is Ukraine?

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Only 1 in 6 Americans Can Find Ukraine on a Map. That’s kind of understandable; during most of my life, it was an unlabeled piece of the Soviet Union.
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How (and why) to fight television culture's amnesia. If we revered classic TV as much as we do classic film, we’d be both more culturally savvy and a lot more entertained.
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Jeopardy winner Arthur Chu weighs in on the absence of Asian villains in pop culture. After all, the “model minority” roles are overly predictable and boring.
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Two tiny girls compete in their first judo match. Or you could call it a “bow, hug, and fall down” match.
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A lonely girl spots a cosmonaut on Chatroulette. She finds out that space can be lonely, too.
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NPR’s clever April Fools Day prank proved how few people read an article before commenting on it. Those commenters aren’t at all embarrassed because they haven’t read the articles about their comments.
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It’s bedtime for an adorable French bulldog puppy. He may argue about it, but he ultimately follows orders.
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How to raise happy kids, according to science. Science seems to be in complete agreement with this grandma’s life experiences.

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