Wrote the bio of JS Mill I'm currently reading, which means I like him already. Very interesting set of columns, well worth looking over, even if they are in Staggers.
Not original, probably offensive to those that care, rather funny
This amused, it's about time I cleared it from my linklog and actually posted it somewhere
Key quote from comments: "It's a hard enough choice without having to make it in an alley. I'll always be pro choice, period."
Read this: 'I can take a woman, in the biggest trouble she has ever experienced in her life, and by performing a five-minute operation, in comfort and dignity, I can give her back her life' Safe, legal, rare, why is there still a controversy?
Not a bad little how-to. Not how I'd do it specifically, I've already backed up everything including comments to a Wordpress install, but still not bad.
Containts a nice little history of previous fusses on the site, with a balanced overview and points out that, well, we've won already
Creationists premiere dodgy movie near home of famous science blogger, specifically ban him from viewing, but not his family or his guest. This is a really dumb move...
Funny: "Summary: A confused film, half effects laden, no-brain blockbuster, half cinema-verite talking-heads, lacking a conclusion or climax to justify the budget. Poor plotting and characterisation lead the audience to sympathise with the villains rather
FT.com | The Undercover Economist | Dear Economist: How can I create an incentive scheme to keep our house clean?
Sounds familiar: "My fiancee is moving in with me. We’ve lived together before, and we hate housework. Before, we didn’t do work in retaliation for housework not done by the other." Good to know that even economics doesn't have all the answers