Links 5/11/13

Links for you. Science:

NIH Details Impact of 2013 Sequester Cuts
Perspective on the use of animals in research
Markets draw life science start-ups
Behind the lens of an insect photographer
A cautionary tale on genome-sequencing diagnostics for rare diseases

Other:

Every Every Every Generation Has Been the Me Me Me Generation
The tragedy of US higher education
Rich Boyz 4 Reform
Happy Teacher Appreciation Day! XOXO Walmart
Challenge to Dogma on Owning a Home
Big mistake people make on twitter…
Wolf Richter: When Flight Safety Gets Outsourced To China
The Tyranny Of Liberal Pancakes
Length of the average dissertation
Boehner Accidentally Explains Why His Deficit Position Is Phony
Q & A: Hamilton Co.’ s Carl Valeri on apartment living in Downtown Crossing and the future of Hub rents
How the Mormons Ensured Victory for Gay Marriage
Millenials Aren’t Lazy: They’re Fucked
Notes on a Pseudo-Scandal
Yeah sure, there’s nothing political about the IRS targeting the Tea Party

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1 Response to Links 5/11/13

  1. Leo says:

    When the Petersen Institute releases a study saying that home ownership is bad because it causes people to stay where they are (i.e. as stable members of their communities), I begin to think maybe home ownership really is a good idea.

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