I often say I’m delivering thin links and then provide a semi-adequate amount, but today you really will have to get by with less than usual. I have been up super late on a NC matter (and not even interns! The poor intern candidates have sent in nice notes and I haven’t even had time to give them polite form “yes we did get it, please don’t take a delay personally, we are so time stressed we cannot find a time to move the intern ball forward quite yet.”)
Should Therapists Play Cupid? New York Times. Wow, am I naive. I’d fire a therapist who even thought about this.
Scientific Paper Argues Against Factory Farms “Feeding the World” Natural Society (Aquifer)
Toshiba creating nuclear reactor for mining Canada Tar Sands Raw Story (Aquifer)
Model plane hobbyists know the risks of lithium-ion batteries Washington Post. I did a study of advanced batteries in 1993. The risks were known then.
Aaron Swartz’ Blood for Oil Stirling Newberry
Suicide of Aaron Swartz, Net Neutrality Crusader, Sparks Online Activism In These Times (furzy mouse)
Hollywood Makes Case for ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ New York Times
Homeland Security’s Failed Attempt to Pervert the Freedom of Information Act Process Kevin Gosztola, Firedoglake
The Fed Drives Best at Higher Speeds Christine Romer, New York Times (Mark Thoma)
Corporate CEO ‘Extremists’ Target Social Security, Medicare Common Dreams (furzy mouse)
Dennis Kucinich Joining Fox News Alternet (Aquifer)
What Tax Increase? The Latest Economic Data Shows The Consumer Is On A Tear Clusterstock. You tell me.
Antidote du jour (Aquifer). I know this is not exactly antidote-like, but see how the real thing is much scarier than computer generated Richard Parker?