Links 5/20/16

Links for you. Science:

Problems found at frozen veg plant linked to outbreak
America’s Most Common Drug Ingredient Could Be Making You Less Empathetic (1000 mg seems like a lot of acetaminophen)
Rejection letter
Did Cheaper Flights Change the Direction of Science? (pdf; haven’t gone through it in detail)
I Run a G.M.O. Company — and I Support G.M.O. Labeling


Incrementalism (absolute must-read)
Topshop Reportedly Pays Sri Lankan Workers 63 Cents An Hour To Manufacture Beyonce’s Ivy Park Line
Donald Trump supporters are not the bigots the left likes to demonise
“We Were Booming and Now We’re Dead” — How Nevada’s Solar Industry Bright Spot Turned Dark
Saying your house is messy because you play with your kids is a privilege
Senate report on CIA torture is one step closer to disappearing
How bigoted are Trump supporters?
Majority in U.S. Support Idea of Fed-Funded Healthcare System (again, the pivot is to the left, not the center)
Twitter to Stop Counting Photos and Links in 140-Character Limit
It Takes a Policy
Why a staggering number of Americans have stopped using the Internet the way they used to
The Privilege of Buying 36 Rolls of Toilet Paper at Once
USDOT to shut down nation’s roads, citing safety concerns
How ‘twisted’ early childhood education has become — from a child development expert
North Korea’s one-percenters savor life in ‘Pyonghattan’
How certain liberals permanently erase the working class

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3 Responses to Links 5/20/16

  1. John Magoun says:

    Mike: I’m a big fan of your site, but I wonder if you know that the Washington Post maintains a strict limit on articles one can read without subscribing? I don’t expect you to change your practice of putting up links you think are interesting, but would it be possible to asterisk or otherwise indicate links that are not actually publicly available (i.e., free for unlimited viewing)?

  2. kaleberg says:

    That rejection letter is even funnier if you lop off the f.jpg and find out that the recipient got his PhD from Harvard in ’84 and is now a tenured professor there.

  3. chris y says:

    1000mg of acetominophen is two standard caps: what you’d take for a headache, but being careful not to take any more for four or five hours.

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