Links 7/25/13

Links for you. Science:

Genomics: Art of the hypothetical
Allergies in the Time of Research
Keep a research journal: it is important
The most precious jewelry in the world
A Disastrous Setback


What does it mean to be ‘privileged’? (excellent)
The Last Days of Big Law: You can’t imagine the terror when the money dries up
Why Larry Summers Should Not Be Permitted to Run Anything More Important than a Dog Pound
Vote Suppression magnum opus
The American cloud: The cosy coastal world of pretend farmers’ markets bears no resemblance to the actual back end of America
The Success of Polling and Nate Silver
I Was Almost Raped at Yale and They Told Me to Be Quiet
NSA Spokesman Accidentally Admits that the Government Is Spying On Virtually All Americans
Mining Company Deploys More Masked Militiamen Against “Eco-Terrorists” (at the risk of going Godwin, this is what happened in states that eventually became fascist)
Austin bar accused of turning away gay customers
The River of Purchasing Power Dries Up at Detroit
David Henderson raises an important point about funding (also this comment; worth noting that, as bad as biologists can be, we have to be much more transparent)
The Vegas Hotspot That Broke All the Rules: America’s first interracial casino helped end segregation on the Strip and proved that the only color that mattered was green
Shocking Things Wall Street Financiers Say Off the Record About Their Bloated, Corrupt Industry

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2 Responses to Links 7/25/13

  1. Jenny says:

    So many gems! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Bayesian Bouffant, FCD says:

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