[links] Link salad wishes it was a fisherman, tumbling on the seas
Various interesting comments concerning my Lone Star Stories short, “On the Human Plan” — I like what Rich said about my ‘poetic mode.’
Mr. Tact responds to my recent post on backing up your fiction like a pro [ jlake.com | LiveJournal ] — He is not so much with the agreeing with my methods, though our goals are pretty much the same.
The Geek Goes for the Job —
Covered Wagons: When Paint Just Ain’t Good Enough — Mmm, art cars.
Two satellites collide in orbit — Wow. Though this is old news by now, the Internet being what it is, still fascinating. And of course, part of me wonders if this was a ‘satellite killer’ test strike. (Thanks to
New antibiotics would silence bugs, not kill them — In future, the most effective antibiotics might be those that don’t kill any bacteria. Instead the drugs will simply prevent the bacteria from talking with one another. (Thanks to
Something Darwin Didn’t Know — The first part of this is hilarious, but I disagree with his conclusions, which privilege religious discourse with a false equivalency to empirical discourse.
New Clues to How Primates Evolved — Regions of DNA prone to duplication may have played a vital role in human evolution.
When Was the Last Time Someone Answered “Yes” to One of These Questions? — Freakonomics asks something I’ve long wondered about. (And yes, I’ve long understood the answer, too, but it still strikes me as weird; on the order of nailing Al Capone for tax evasion.)
?otD: What is a hurtling fever train, anyway?
Body movement: 40 minute stationary bike ride
This morning’s weigh-in: 220.0
Currently reading: The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade by Herman Melville
Posted: 4:08 am Thu February 12 2009 |