Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Politics, the Future, Space, the Environment, Housing, and Asia!
Google crippled Trumwill’s phone, and he was none too happy about it.
Is Mitt Romney the man for 2016? Probably not, but renewed interest in the man tells us quite a bit.
Trumwill is back! This week: Labor, Class, Immigration, America, and the World!
Will Truman used to take calls for a satellite TV company, which expected him to do something he considered immoral.
In 2007, Heritage released some statistics on who enlists in the military. This year, Business Insider compiled some of the same information. Will Truman looks at what is the same and what is different.
Will Truman presently drives a crossover SUV from Subaru. So do a lot of people, apparently.
If you guess which party holds more “small state” senate seats, you will probably guess wrong. If you think that we’re alone in having a disproportionate senate, you’re also wrong. And yet, our senate is unique in the combination of its power and the sheer scope of its disproportionate representation. Will Truman looks at California, Wyoming, and the peculiarly “undemocratic” upper house of the US government.
Candy. From World Candy Confections. Some observations:
Will Truman risked life and limb using all sorts of GPS and Navigation apps so that he could report them to you. Kicking off a series of posts on Android apps, this week looks at nine different navigation apps and reports the results.
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Space, History, Body, Mind, Entertainment, Asia, Housing, and Culture!
Revenue raised from carbon taxes is not “free money.” Will Truman’s support for the entire notion depends in good part on what is done with it.
Does anybody still use screen protectors on their smartphones anymore? Also, a new series of posts on Android Apps expected.
This week: The Environment, Multimedia, Fashion, Culture, Housing, Education, Progress, World, and Statistics!
The important thing to remember is that your break is reflecting badly on the company’s image.
No diapers? Baggage claim’s got you covered.
LSD steak in Florida. A four year old detective in Washington. Fifty links to fifty stories for fifty states.
My wife’s identity did not change when we moved eastward.
The backstory of Dukes of Hazzard, another reluctant CBS hit from yesteryear.
In which Will Truman weakly defends the cretin who took inappropriate pictures of Thad Cochran’s wife and men who text pictures of their penises to women.
Chris McDaniel is a sore loser. So is this guy, but I give him points for creativity.
Links! This week: Labor, Markets, Crime, Republicans, Transportation, Healthcare, Ukraine, and America!
A look at American and British satire.
When you have nowhere else to go, maybe you can go to North Dakota.
Capitalism sucks, and it’s time your kids knew that.
I have a question about an odd road sign I saw in Northern Virginia. If you’re from the area, or you’re not, maybe you can help me decipher it.
This week: Immigration, Fatherhood, Weapons, Transportation, Markets, Education & Government!
This is sort of symposium-related, though I won’t tag it as such because it’s mostly of a personal nature.
We expect more from parents than we used to. This is not necessarily and completely a good thing.
Downvotes and the down side to comment democratization
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Education, Gender, Office, Space, Nicotine, and North Dakota!
I have a post that’s going to be involve (though not really be about) Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. I figured before I did that, I would write a bit about the book more generally.
Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Transportation, Settlement, Family, Resources, Culture, America, and the World!
Links! Click on them and go places! Labor, Germany, Politics, Family, Regulation, Politics, and Technology!
You can only treat employees like cogs when your company works like clockwork.
Your Interstates may start coming with more toll stations. Because roads, it seems, need to be paid for.