Links! Click on them and go places! This week: Entertainment, Sports, Superheroes, Science, Dating, Law, Technology, Culture, Energy, and World
Burt Likko fills in for Will Truman for this week’s aggregation of dozens of links to themed web randomness!
Linkies! Click on them and go places!
This week: Economics, Education, America, Technology, Culture, Body, and Mind!
This week: Sports, Jobs, Health Care, Building Stuff, Asia, and Europe!
This week: Power, Far Out, Entertainment, Money Education, and America!
This week: Psychology, Law, Healthcare, Abandoned things, Entertainment, Technology, USA, and the World!
This week: Munchies, Driving, Technology, Politics, Education, Labor, and Jobs.
This week: Japan, Income, Education, Education, STEM, Holidays, Maps, Culture, & Politics!
Energy: [En1] The decline of oil. [En2] Smart street lights may save energy. Imagine, of course, what robocars will do. [En3] The media has focused quite a bit on the upheavel caused by the energy boom in North Dakota. David Blackmon explains what its own oil boom means to West Texas and the Texas economy.…
This week: Education, Geekery, Dating, Death, Asia, Latin America, and the United States of America!
Linky Friday returns! This week: Progress, Work, Culture, Sports, Governance, Health, Earth, and Beyond!
This Week: Education, Progress, Housing, Jobs, America, and Utah. (LF will be taking another break for a week or two.)
Linky Friday makes an appearance! On the docket: Energy, hysteria, culture, government, and work.
Ed note: Due to time constraints and declining interest, Linky Friday will be taking a hiatus after this week. Neat: [N1] The US Army is trying to build Iron Man. [N2] The AV Club has an interesting piece on the lasting impact of Homestar Runner, one of the first successful webseries. [N3] Thirteen gateways to…
This week: Athletics, Education, Progress, Culture, Technology, and World
Science: [S1] It reminds me of the Grunions invasion from Beverly Hillbillies, but Jellyfish are invading and it looks like it could be something serious. It seems weird to me that this could be such an intractable menace. [S2] The Earth isn’t flat. Maybe the universe isn’t flat, either. [S3] According to Alex Knapp, we’re…
This week: Football, Safety, Race, Oil, Healthcare, Governance, Crime, Science, and History
This week: Society, Science & Progress, Business, Education, America, and World!
This week: Diversity, Anglosphere, Death, Partisanship, Technology, Entertainment, Women, States, Health, and Education. And now, Videos!
So apparently, Linky Friday skipped straight from #34 to #36. Error corrected, sort of. This week, linky goodness about Energy, Houstin, Money, Education, Entertainment & Technology, Learning, and America.
Science: [S1] We’re apparently making monkeys dumber. [S2] Our kidney shortage hits the unemployed hardest. Writing: [W1] I am quite pleased to see my friend Abel participating in the petition by LDS authors to get a uncancel a book by a gay author on account to his acknowledging his partner. [W2] Eleven words that can’t…
This week’s links: Education, Medicine, Travel, Business, Government, Life, and World!
Residence: [R1] Recent research suggests that housing vouchers do not disperse crime, as previously thought. One thing I find interesting is that the article mentions that these vouchers are putting a lot of recipients in the suburbs. This piece is in Atlantic Cities, which loves to gloat about increasing poverty in the suburbs. If they…
This week’s roundup of linky goodness.
Heroes and psychopaths have similar personalities. You know who knows this? Supervillains. They say it like all the time.
As readers of NaPP know, I (Trumwill) do a weekly round-up of links every Friday called Linky Friday. Due to time constraints, I will not be able to do it one of the two next weeks. So you are invited to help!
So here’s the deal: I have one Linky Friday post ready and I need two. So you are invited to provide the second! 1) Send an email to my gmail account (trumwill at). Include the link and between one and three sentences of commentary. If you have more than that to say on the article, put it in a comment. 2) Since it may not be appearing until next week, I would not recommend an article that is particularly time-sensitive […]