Links 7/15/15

Links for you. Science:

Glorifying overworking: another self-inflicted crisis in Science Careers
Paul Rudd’s Scientific-Sounding Guide to Ants
What sequences deserve a peer-reviewed publication?
Is it true that some people need only a few hours of sleep? Helen Thomson talks to a woman whose genes might hint at how we all could survive on less shuteye.
Misunderstanding the genome: A (polite) rant

Other:

Race, Class, and Twitter (“Matters of class have been excluded from the national dialog. Not incidentally, race has not fared well either.”)
QOTD: A bunch of founders
How to Disrupt the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex
Why Don’t Americans Take More Vacations? Blame It on Independence Day
Lie Of The Day: Clinton Tries to Win Over Sanders Supporters By Claiming To Be A Progressive
Larry Summers Saves The World Again
Fight for black voting rights precedes the Constitution
View of site from S.S. Pierce Building, construction of the McKim Building (Boston Public Library)
In digital media’s youth crusade, career paths are fuzzy
The Laziness Dogma
If You Oppose Academic Freedom, At Least Have the Guts to Say So
Top Conservative Pundit Suggests That Serena Williams Won Wimbledon By Cheating
Indiana facing chronic teacher shortage
Sharing economy disruption, maybe not so disruptive?
The euro ‘family’ has shown it is capable of real cruelty
Cutting the liberal arts undermines our cultural traditions

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