[links] Link salad loiters in Reno

Inflated medical bills mask true cost of careOne man’s case illustrates the problem: His medicine to treat Crohn’s disease runs the hospital about $6,300 per dose. But the bill he gets is for $38,000. This is very true of my cancer treatments.

Case Study: How a notorious spammer was brought down via Twitter

Europeans are taking the asteroid threat seriously

Earth’s moon may be millions of years younger than thought

Zakaria: Conservatism has lost touch with reality — An older one I missed. (Snurched from [info]tongodeon.)

Stop Coddling the Super-Rich

Why Rick Perry Won’t Unite the Republican Party

Crashing the Tea Party — Gosh, the allegedly independent, grass-roots Tea Party is made of white Republicans. Who knew?

Are Ryan and Bachmann Qualified to Be President? No, Not Really

?otD: Coffee, tea or me?

Writing time yesterday: 2.75 hours (5,500 words on Sunspin)
Body movement: 30 minute urban walk
Hours slept: 6.25 hours (solid)
Weight: n/a
Currently reading: The Magician King by Lev Grossman

2 thoughts on “[links] Link salad loiters in Reno

  1. Kai Jones says:

    Responding to the QotD, I’ve read that book. It was moderately amusing soft porn, first person stewardess tales of tail with passengers and fellow crew members.

  2. Speaking of your daily writing — I read in a Strange Horizons interview of you from 2004 (http://www.strangehorizons.com/2004/20040426/lake.shtml), that starting in 2000 you were doing a regimen of a story a week. Recently I did a story for a contest in a week and it was eye-opening what I could do in a week, day job and kids notwithstanding. But: when you were doing a story-a-week, what did that mean? About how long were the stories? And did that mean ‘a complete first draft’ in a week, or ‘a story ready to send to magazines’ in a week? Thanks!

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