Jay Lake (jaylake) wrote,
Jay Lake

[links] Link salad in the country of the corn

A review of Boondocks Fantasy, ed. Jean Rabe — With passing comments on my short story, "Jefferson's West".

An anti-college backlash? — Rethinking the value of higher education.

How Slavery Really Ended in America — A little Civil War history for you.

Simulating Medieval Warfare on SupercomputersThe Medieval Warfare on the Grid project is akin to applying the simulation game Sid Meier's Civilization to real questions of history. SCA meets 2001?

Blood Falls — Your cool weird science moment. Cool and weird on several levels. (Thanks to [info]danjite.)

Japan says it may take months to end radiation leaks

AC Grayling: 'How can you be a militant atheist? It's like sleeping furiously'In his new book, The Good Book: A Secular Bible, the philosopher sets out his manifesto for rational thought. He talks about why religion angers him, the power of philosophy – and his mane of hair. (Thanks to Scrivener's Error.)

Shades of grayPharyngula with a very eloquent, angry post about religion and the value of human life. (Via, among other places, [info]lt260.)

?otD: Corn on the cob or loose corn?

Writing time yesterday: 3.0 hours (2,300 words to finish a short story draft, extensive WRPA)
Body movement: 70 minute suburban walk
Hours slept: 6.0 hours (interrupted)
Weight: n/a
Currently reading: Betrayer, C.J. Cherryh

Tags: cool, culture, history, japan, links, personal, religion, reviews, science, stories, weird
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