[links] Link salad wakes up at home

Some Short Story Podcast Reviews — Including “The Starship Mechanic” by me and Ken Scholes.

Valdemar by Tuxen — For you fans of Mercy Lackey, a painting of the historical Valdemar.

2 by 2, or Not, Zoo Animals Escape Flood — Minot, ND evacuates. (Thanks to Dad.)

Pipe Organ ATM — Wow. Art for money’s sake. (Thanks to [info]martang.)

How to Make a Clock Run for 10,000 Years — This has long been one of my favorite projects. Too bad it’s tainted by the involvement of the unethical Jeff Bezos.

The Facts About Fracking

International Comparison of Work Leave Policies — Some interesting charts that really highlight how unprogressive US labor policy is.

The science is settled: US liberals really are the dumbest creatures on the planet — In case you want to read how the other side thinks. Projection much, conservatives?

?otD: Does it feel good to be home?

Writing time yesterday: 2.5 hours (Kalimpura revisions)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 6.5 hours (interrupted)
Weight: 228.6
Currently (re)reading: A Storm of Swords by George R.R. Martin

One thought on “[links] Link salad wakes up at home

  1. Cora says:

    As I told you a while back, I was shocked that you had to work through chemo and didn’t get sick leave. The son of my neighbours went through chemo at around the same time as your first round and he was on sick leave during and even several weeks after chemo.

    It’s also stunning that the US doesn’t have a legal requirement for weekly work limits, paid vacations and maternity leave. Do they expect people to work literally until they drop dead?

    As for the “liberals are stupid and evil” article, I’m stunned that the Telegraph gives such a person a forum to air his views. The Telegraph was always conservative, but never nasty.

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