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[links] Link salad phones it in from Denver - Lakeshore
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Jay Lake
Date: 2012-02-15 05:05
Subject: [links] Link salad phones it in from Denver
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Tags:books, climate, culture, healthcare, links, music, personal, politics, portland, religion, science, tech
Steinbeck vs. Kerouac

Bound, naked in a Subaru: Valentine's Day role-playing ends badly — Ah, Portland. (Via Scrivener's Error, whose mother probably doesn't know he reads these kind of stories.)

Whitney Houston iTunes price hike was a 'mistake', Sony says — Ya think so? Ghouls.

Mooresville’s Shining Example (It’s Not Just About the Laptops) — Digital schooling. (Via my Dad.)

Interactive visualization shows the number of CT and MRI scans performed around the world during a 24-hour period — I'm in there somewhere.

The rock record got a bad rap. Fossil diversity accurately reflects history — Interesting. Warning: facts not valid for the willfully ignorant.

Pentagon working with FAA to open U.S. airspace to combat drones — What could possibly go wrong?

America's Darwin Problem — This. And thank you GOP for stirring this pot while cynically trolling for votes.

A look behind the curtain of the Heartland Institute’s climate change spin — Hard evidence of what we already knew: that climate change denialism is deliberate intellectual fraud for ideological purposes.

Before Karen Met RickThe GOP contender’s hard-core pro-life wife once dated an abortion provider. Nancy Hass on their time together. Uh huh. Every little thing Hillary Clinton ever did in her life was scrutinized by the media, but did you ever hear about the man Laura Bush killed? Or this story? (Via [info]shsilver.)

What, Newt Worry? Gingrich Isn't Going Anywhere — Gawd, I hope not. Newt's the best act since the circus lion at the clowns.

?otd: What do you do in Denver when you're dead?




2/15/2012
Writing time yesterday: 3.0 hours (new short fiction, some minor revision work)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 6.5 (solid)
Weight: n/a
Currently reading: 1491 by Charles C. Mann

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