?

Log in

[links] Link salad is as stubborn as those garbage bags that time cannot decay - Lakeshore
An author of no particular popularity

Jay Lake
Date: 2012-04-19 05:27
Subject: [links] Link salad is as stubborn as those garbage bags that time cannot decay
Security: Public
Tags:cool, culture, gender, healthcare, links, nature, personal, politics, race, science, tech
Neal Stephenson on Science Fiction, Building Towers 20 Kilometers High ... and Insurance

Any kind of physical activity lowers Alzheimer's risk

Reversing a heart attack: scientists reprogram scar tissue into working muscle

The Screech Owl Cam is Live Again (at Last!)

'Extreme Universe' puzzle deepensThe mystery surrounding the source of the highest-energy particles known in the Universe has grown deeper.

Neutrino Communications: An Interstellar Future?

Racism vs. the Race Card — Ta-Nehisi Coates is thoughtful on conservative views of racism.

Britain destroyed records of colonial crimesReview finds thousands of papers detailing shameful acts were culled, while others were kept secret illegally. As usually, destruction of the evidence is a lesser crime than what is being concealed. Anybody remember the Iran-Contra raid where the FBI politely waited for Oliver North and Fawn Hall to finish shredding documents?

Phony Mommy Wars — Yep.

The most amazing Supreme Court chart. Maybe ever. — This should go right next to a chart about the ideological fixations of the Court's conservative wing.

The Bush National-Guard Story Rises from the Dead — The story itself was never discredited or disproven, quite the opposite in point of fact, but the conservative smoke screen around it, enthusiastically abetted by Your Liberal Media, has ensured the truth will never be taken seriously.

Romney’s Foreign Policy Could Be More Ideological and Reckless Than Bush’s — As someone who, apparently unlike every single likely Republican voter in the United States, can actually remember the decade just past, may I say, "Holy crap!"

?otd: Are you sentimental, if you know what I mean?




4/19/2012
Writing time yesterday: 1.25 hours (2,500 words on Their Currents Turn Awry)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 6.5 (solid)
Weight: 239.6
Currently reading: Somewhere Else by Sally McLennan

Post A Comment | Share | Link






browse
my journal
links
January 2014
2012 appearances