New York City plans to distribute fliers at the United States' southern border telling migrants it has run out of room. / BBC News

For many seniors in Europe, heat has become the new Covid. / The New York Times

Unrelated: Photographs of skyscrapers on the Spanish Mediterranean coast. / designboom

A team-by-team preview of the women's World Cup, which starts today in Australia and New Zealand. Also, a preview of the kits involved. / ESPN, dezeen

A writer goes to Nigeria to find the "yahoo boy," or romance scammer, who conned his mother. / Atavist

Amazon's in-van surveillance footage of delivery drivers is leaking online. / The Verge

Mathematicians solve a longstanding coloring problem—"how much of an infinite plane can you color in while making sure that no two colored points are exactly one unit of distance apart?" / Quanta Magazine

Companies are hiring AI executives as fast as possible "and it's ridiculously overhyped." / Vox

See also: Electronic children's toys connected to high voltage. / YouTube

A breakdown of top songs' songwriters by gender. / The Pudding

A round-up of love poems that aren't "all 'I love you love you love you.'" / MetaFilter 

"A grocery store rotisserie chicken over the sink." In response to the "girl dinner," some options for a "husband meal." / GQ

Some tips on how to live in a major city within walking distance of your friends. / offscript

Camp ToB, the Tournament of Books' summer pop-up event, enters week six with the conclusion to a mysterious French thriller—come join the chat! / The Tournament of Books