Link. Physics unscathed. Again.
Link. I read Spock Must Die.
Link. Washington and NYC ahead of Minneapolis? That’s just wrong.
Link. Time of their last blog post. I think they’re dead.
Link. A good argument for legal, regulated, weed.
Link. He is afraid. That almost makes me doubt my own fears. Prosaic ideas, but, really, Kissinger?!
Link. I miss it too. No spam then!
Link. I fell for it.
Link. We are toast.
Link. Aperture has 4 accommodations.
Link. Evidently WSJ readership is cognitive disabled.
Link. Any day …
Link. Rampant imperfection.
Link. Time to think about a place in the country
Link. Still feels 20y away.
Link. Fake profiles. Monthly fees.
Link. Athena seizes Scalzi blog from absent father.
Link. Stross is in a really bad mood.
Link. #metoo is straw in the wind
Link. A side-effect not imagined when it was released
Link. Base free, $9/y sub. I’ll try.
Link. Many disorders fragment on close inspection
Link. Need more employers.
Link. Ubiquitous surveillance.
Link. Worth exporting.
Link. Incredible that people survive the effect.
Link. At least wrt dark energy.
Link. Time was good in the 60s and 70s, but by 80s The Economist took the top end of the news market. It was a long fall from there.
Link. I think this is not new, that Ritalin has a weird reputation on the right.
Link. I blame CSS for the crummy state of HMTL table editors. SeaMonkey is not pretty, but it does the job.
Link. Something new with consequences good and bad.
Link. Yes. I think that is a factor. Compare VA.
Link. Big things coming next decade
Link. Still unclear value.
Link. Short and worthy.
Link. Failed state.
Link. This is good even though Bernstein dodges the root cause of mass disability.
Link. Old but good.
Link. I believe this.
Link. 9 years later Apple still doesn’t think about how to help uses with cognitive disabilities. I have many suggestions…
Link. I remembered writing this, took me a while to find it. Good essay.
Link. Potentially, whereas human drivers are essentially dreck
Link. Chiral separation
Link. That’s weird. Shame that knowledge was lost to Europe.
Link. At least some of the time.
Link. I believe a fresh iOS install hides Contacts.app away in a ‘less used’ folder. Interesting evolution – automation rather than curation/maintenance.