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Jay Lake
Date: 2009-05-25 10:08
Subject: [links] Link salad mellows out in the city by the bay
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Tags:calendula, cool, culture, health, links, personal, reviews, science
Grants Pass reviewedcalendula_witch and I both have stories therein.

Dark Roasted Blend with thrilling movie posters!

Does My Metro Area Look Big in this Ring Road?Strange Maps with some comparative cartography.

Flaws in the "Long Tail" theory — (Snurched from Scrivener's Error.)

Lifestyle or Genes? Health Secrets of a 114-Year Old Man — (Thanks to tetar.)

In South Korea, All of Life Is Mobile — (Thanks to Dad.)

?otD: How high should I hold my arms up?



5/25/2009
Body movement: 60 minute urban walk (Twin Peaks!)
This morning's weigh-in: 218.5 (Witchnest scale)
Currently reading: The Hallowed Hunt by Lois McMaster Bujold; A Long Line of Cells by Lewis Thomas


Originally published at jlake.com.

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derekjgoodman
User: derekjgoodman
Date: 2009-05-25 18:15 (UTC)
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About yay high.
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Hal
User: hal_obrien
Date: 2009-05-25 21:44 (UTC)
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Turns out the writer regards The Long Tail hypothesis as completely refuted by a single unpublished paper (or, if it is published, I've yet to find it). Not only that, but said paper just *happens* to be written by researchers from the following organization:

"PRS for Music is home to the world's best music writers, composers and publishers. Formed as The MCPS-PRS Alliance in 1997 with the PRS for Music brand adopted in 2009, the organisation brings together two royalty collection societies; MCPS and PRS. We exist to collect and pay royalties to our members when their music is exploited in one of a number of ways – when it is recorded onto any format and distributed to the public, performed or played in public, broadcast or made publicly available online."

Hm. Think they might have a vested interest?
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