Links 1/6/18

Links for you. Science:

Habitat on the Edges: Making Room for Wildlife in an Urbanized World
Trump’s Tax Law Could Lead To Loss Of Biopharma Jobs
Why the anti-fluoride haters are attacking a Calgary academic, calling her a ‘fraud’
How a tiny tummy patch could cut fat fast, and without exercise
Fighting Climate Change, One Laundry Load at a Time


The DCCC Should Open Up A School To Teach People How To Lose Races– They’re VERY Good At It… The Best (so damn frustrating)
Just When You Thought Democrats Couldn’t Get Any More Oblivious… (ditto)
New NYT scoop on Russia raises questions about old NYT story on Russia
The uninsured are overusing emergency rooms — and other health-care myths
This Jew-Hating Politician Has Gone Too Far For Even Bannon And Breitbart
Who the hell is @RVAwonk and how is she cracking the Kremlin’s code?
Physicians who refuse to accept Medicaid patients breach their contract with society
Digging in the trash
Baltimore Residents Blame Record-High Murder Rate On Lower Police Presence
The Man Who Jumped
America’s own Cultural Revolution
Washington residents can get a library card almost anywhere in the region (THIS IS THE FUTURE LIBERALS WANT)
Emboldened Israeli Right Presses Moves to Doom 2-State Solution
Donald Trump’s Year of Living Dangerously: It’s worse than you think.
Why the U.S. Spends So Much More Than Other Nations on Health Care: Studies point to a simple reason, the prices, not to the amount of care. And lowering prices would upset a lot of people in the health industry.
How Antivirus Software Can Be Turned Into a Tool for Spying
Why Trump’s War on the Deep State Is Failing—So Far
The Democrats Confront Monopoly: Taking on corporate concentration has gone from a fringe idea to a key plank of the party’s strategy. Here’s how that happened—and why it matters.

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1 Response to Links 1/6/18

  1. shea mcduff says:

    With reference to the library article:
    I live on a rural property in South Australia.
    I can go online to the libraries site and order books from their catalogue of 100s of 1000s of books [detailed index] and, depending on availability, the books will be delivered to my local library shortly thereafter and that library will notify me by e-mail what has arrived.
    And I go and pick them up.
    This facility, and other services as well, has been working for years.

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