Links 10/13/14

Merry Bartolomé Day! Let’s celebrate with some links. Science:

The sound of little hooves in the night
Ebola PPE: How the 1995 Kikwit Outbreak Taught Us to Dress for Ebola
Open Access: green vs. gold, and the culture of the disconnect
Doctors are more likely to prescribe unnecessary antibiotics in the afternoon
Absence of Patient-to-Patient Intrahospital Transmission of Staphylococcus aureus as Determined by Whole-Genome Sequencing


The Plot Against Public Education: How millionaires and billionaires are ruining our schools. (must-read)
Because Our Plan for “Success” in Syria Worked So Well in Libya
With Ebola, mass quarantine is back: Medical historian Howard Markel on what it means to return to a medieval public health strategy
QOTD: Laura Ingraham (what an awful person she is)
Did Budget Cuts Hamper Response To Ebola and Enterovirus? Democrats Push For Hearing.
Dance to the (Circadian) Rhythm
Republican senators seek to block funds to combat Ebola
From Amazon warehouse workers to Google bus drivers, it’s tough working a non-tech job at a tech company
Beef: It’s what wasn’t for dinner
Here’s How Derek Jeter’s Busy Love Life Matched Up With His Even Busier Baseball Career
How Nancy Pelosi Can Force Congress to Vote on the War Against ISIS
John Oliver on civil forfeiture (video)
Meta-Analysis Finds ‘Effects’ That Aren’t There (shockingly, education reformers misuse statistics)
The great charter school rip-off: Finally, the truth catches up to education “reform” phonies. Fraud, financial mismanagement, lousy results: Reports highlight awful charter schools and people are catching on

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