Links for you. Science:
OneZoom Tree of Life Explorer (this is really cool; I did not know there is a hairy screaming armadillo)
The mysterious origins of the “8 glasses of water a day” rule
Scholarly Publishing’s Gender Gap: Women cluster in certain fields, according to a study of millions of journal articles, while men get more credit
Is PMS a Myth?
Flu Shots May Not Protect the Elderly or the Very Young
The Data-Driven Education Movement (“what if they develop the ideas to fit the data they have, rather than finding the data to test the most important ideas?”)
Psychopathology in segments of the animal rights community
Overgrown: What happens when urban farms get too big?
George McGovern and the Fight Against Hunger in America
Clinton Criticizes Voters for Not Appreciating the Great Economy He’s Given Them
In Defense of Being Outraged by Things that Everyone Already Knows
Was George McGovern doomed to lose in 1972?
Helicopters can improve minority college attendance & other misguided policy implications: Comments on the Brookings “Voucher” Study
The Voter-Fraud Myth: The man who has stoked fear about impostors at the polls.
Massachusetts ballot questions: marijuana, assisted suicide
In the North End, police find themselves caught between young partiers and older residents (I think people need to get out and meet their neighbors)
Obama Aides ‘Pissed Off’ About Anita Dunn (but this is what neo-liberals do; it’s their retirement plan)
Voter Intimidation in Tennessee: My Week in Voting Hell (this is why I think Obama stands a good chance of losing)
Romney left Bullying Messages on a Dead Solider’s Family Voicemail