The Syntax of Photography
One-Ninety: 1912 — A little more steam for your punk.
The Culture of Combat Rations — This is weirdly fascinating. Too bad they didn't cover the old C-rations. Orange nut roll, anyone?
Dilbert and conversational implicature — One of my favorite Dilbert moments at work was some years ago in a former job when I was formally counseled about my use of the words "concision" and "brevity" in an internal memo, because in using such words I was allegedly deliberately making other employees feel stupid.
The Internet is Filling Up With Dead People And There's Nothing We Can Do About It — On the web, you can't die so much as join the ranks of the undead.
The Birth of Religion — A fascinating article on religion and agriculture. With some awesome photos. (Thanks to my Dad.)
What Does the Bible Actually Say About Marriage? — It's high time people came clean about how we use the Bible. We're looking at you, Christianists. The Bible has a hell of a lot more to say about poverty and usury than it does about marriage or homosexuality. And let's face it, Jesus wasn't exactly living the heterosexual American family values life himself.
The Voter Fraud Con Comes to Kansas — Laws addressing voter fraud are a consistent GOP tactic to suppress the votes of poor Americans, who largely vote Democratic. Much like GOP views on tax cuts, the numbers have never supported the rhetoric. Chalk up another loss for reality in the face of conservative ideology.
?otD: Going anywhere today?
Writing time yesterday: 0.25 hours
Body movement: n/a (airport walking to come)
Hours slept: 6.25 hours (interrupted)
Currently reading: Redemption in Indigo by Karen Lord