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Jay Lake
Date: 2009-09-06 08:07
Subject: [links] Link salad for a lazy Sunday
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Tags:cool, funny, links, personal, photos, politics, publishing, stories
Stories from the Flash Fiction Open Round [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ] — Go check 'em out.

BSCReview likes Green Powell's | Amazon | Kindle | Barnes & Noble | Borders ] — But could have liked it more.

Even more Google Books foolishness — Screwing with review rankings.

End of the Line: 1921Shorpy with an image for you fans of urban light rail.

Ingenious negative space illustrations by Noma Barr — Wow. Check out that first one. Wow.

Strange deepwater jellyfish — (Via Dark Roasted Blend.)

How Did Economists Get It So Wrong? — Paul Krugman critiques his own profession.

Doonesbury on conspiracy theories and reasonists — Sadly, yes.

Trial by FireDid Texas execute an innocent man? Some stark, sobering reporting from The New Yorker. Imagine yourself in his position.

?otD: What did they build this city on, anyway?



9/6/2009
Body movement: 60 minute urban walk (San Francisco hills!)
Hours slept: 8.0
This morning's weigh-in: 229.5
Currently reading: The Real Wizard of Oz by Rebecca Loncraine; Acacia by David Anthony Durham


Originally published at jlake.com.

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Danny Adams
User: madwriter
Date: 2009-09-06 20:44 (UTC)
Subject: (no subject)
And yet Krugman wrote a book back in '03 or thereabouts--name just slipped out of my head, darnit--that predicted a lot of this. (I know as I just looked over that book again a few weeks ago, making it doubly annoying that the name is missing from my memory.) The only issue there was that he expected it all to happen much (years) earlier in the Bush presidency.
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