Links 8/24/14

Links for you. Science:

BLS4 entry/exit procedures
Reducing Whole-Genome Data Storage Footprint
‘We Are Going For Change’: A Conversation With 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki
AAAS – Blocking Access to the Scientific Literature Even When They Say It Is “Free”

Other:

The Watts
The Ghost Of Ronald Reagan
What I Did After Police Killed My Son
If police in Ferguson treat journalists like this, imagine how they treat residents
Ferguson PD Video Backfires; Brown Seen Paying For Cigarillos
Philip Pilkington: Taxation, Government Spending, the National Debt and MMT
Take a San Francisco Gentrification Quiz from 1985 (when people aren’t complaining about gentrification, that’s when your city is in trouble)
Cherry-picking Clinton’s words
What the Pundits Don’t Get About the Rick Perry Indictment
No Teacher Is An Island: The Role Of Social Relations In Teacher Evaluation
A local public defender on the deeply dysfunctional Ferguson court system
Missouri Cops’ License to Kill
BrightSource solar plant sets birds on fire as they fly overhead (I’ve always wanted a death ray…)
Saint Robin: How social media turns every celebrity death into a public grieving competition

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1 Response to Links 8/24/14

  1. Harvey Wasserman says:

    The obvious lesson to learn from the sordid case of 23andMe is that a woman will lie to you just as fast as a man, and that having a woman as the CEO of a company does absolutely nothing to shield you from perverts and moral degenerates like Mike the Mental Sporkologist.

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