Links 1/23/14

Links for you. Science:

Genome Sequencing Highlights the Dynamic Early History of Dogs (technical article, but relatively easy to read, especially the introduction and discussion, for non-specialists)
Bacteriophages and the spread of antimicrobial resistance
Smithsonian dinosaur hall to close April 28 for five-year renovation
#Badomics word of the year already? Yup. The ‘Consciousome’ from Deepak Chopra
This Incredible Map Shows All The Infections That Vaccines Could Have Prevented

Other:

Today President Obama Asked Everyone To Give Some Civil Liberties Up
Do NSA’s Bulk Surveillance Programs Stop Terrorists?
The Al Qaeda Switchboard
What Does Neal Brennan Think White People Need To Know About Black People?
David Brooks’ Problem Understanding Inequality
On Rising Crime
McDonald’s Can Afford to Pay More
Serial house flipper sentenced to live on former property
The Forgotten Virtues of Tammany Hall (people have to like this crap)
Workers of the World, Faint!
YES, BUT MAYBE HE MEANS THE NICE KIND OF SLAVERY…
Deep Thoughts by Bill Keller Volume 2: Heroic Wheels of Science (or why Stephen Hawking should just die already)
“Most People Don’t Know That” (they just make stuff up)
THE PROBLEM ISN’T WEALTH ADDICTION. IT’S LETTING THE ADDICTS WRITE THE LAWS.
In Suggestions for Victorious Bus Boycotters, MLK’s Powerful Turn Toward Nonviolence

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