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Jay Lake
Date: 2012-04-06 08:28
Subject: [links] Link salad enjoys the best soy latte that it ever had
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My story "The Woman Who Shattered the Moon" will be appearing When the Villain Comes Home — Quite pleased about this.

A trailer for a 1936 version of Logan’s Run — Hahahaha.

Meat industry says 'butt cancer' billboard near Marlins Park hits below belt — Butt cancer, yeah. That's what I got. (Thanks to [info]danjite.)

The Science of Van GoghThe Dutch artist’s sunflower paintings have attracted the attention of doctors and geneticists.

George Dyson on the Origins of the Digital Universe

Robot history: The rise of the drone — (Via a mailing list I'm on.)

Supreme Court Arguments on the ACA — A Clash of Two World ViewsThe New England Journal of Medicine speaks.

The Literalville paradoxLanguage Log is funny about Rush Limbaugh's use of words. Underneath is a more serious point about refusing to "do nuance", that eternal conservative fantasy that every complex issue can be boiled down to simplistic moral certitude.

Romney’s Foreign Policy Doesn’t Recognize That The World Isn’t Simply Split Into “Friends” and “Foes” — Speaking of the problem of the congenital inability of conservatives to recognize nuance.

?otd: Tell me, did you sail across the sun?




4/6/2012
Writing time yesterday: 1.75 hours (3,500 words on Their Currents Turn Awry)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 7.0 (interrupted)
Weight: n/a
Currently reading: The Bone Doll's Twin by Lynn Flewelling

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