- NSA uses Google cookies to pinpoint targets for hacking – The Washington Post
- Vermeer’s Secret Tool: Testing Whether The Artist Used Mirrors and Lenses to Create His Realistic Images | Vanity Fair
- The Art of Google Books Scans : The New Yorker
- Everyone on the Couch by Theodore Dalrymple – City Journal
- The Philosopher’s Beard: Love’s Labour’s Lost: How Robots Will Transform Human Intimacy
- Ryan Lizza: Why Won’t Obama Rein in the N.S.A.? : The New Yorker
- What Obama Left Out of His Inequality Speech: Regulation – NYTimes.com
- Pope Francis Thinking of Losing Hat : The New Yorker
- Daily Kos :: Al Sharpton stops Meet The Press panel from revising the torrid American apartheid stance
- Paul Mayer, 82, Ex-Priest and Peace Activist, Dies – NYTimes.com
- For 22 Years, Caught in a Murder Case’s Tangled Web – NYTimes.com
- The Mandela Problem of the AWM Wing of the GOP | Informed Comment
- Delbert Tibbs, Who Left Death Row and Fought Against It, Dies at 74 – NYTimes.com
- The Bible as Bludgeon – NYTimes.com
- Top Ten Songs About Nelson Mandela | The Nation
- A Potato Battery Can Light Up a Room For Over a Month | Innovations
- The Singer Who Inspired Coen Brothers’ New Film – NYTimes.com
- Article: 11 greatest Nelson Mandela quotes
- My life as a Mushamuka: on dowries and drinks in Kinshasa – By Kris BerwoutsAfrican Arguments | Afri can Arguments
- Postscript: Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013 : The New Yorker
- Pursuing The Platypus (Idle Words)
- How the Bitcoin protocol actually works | DDI
- AddThis Social Bookmarking Sharing Button Widget
- Douglas Coupland: notes on 21st-century relationships – FT.com
- Krampus: Saint Nicholas’ Dark Companion – In Focus – The Atlantic
- Amazon CEO Apologizes for Drones (Amazon Prime Air)
- Pro Infirmis: Because who is perfect? | Ads of the World™
- Oxytocin boosts social acuity in children with autism – latimes.com
- Daily Kos :: Ted Cruz posts Mandela tribute on Facebook. His fans go crazy.
- More Egnorance: IDers lie for Jesus again
- Six Things Nelson Mandela Believed That Most People Won’t Talk About | ThinkProgress
- Why Did Katie Couric Invite Vaccine Deniers On Her Talk Show? | ThinkProgress
- Rebel Brain Activity – Bang Goes The Theory – Series 6 – BBC
- 10 super simple party stunts
- Kids Court with Andy Kindler – Pancake Sharing
- List of scientists who became creationists after studying the evidence – RationalWiki
- Fast Food Industry Rejects Workers’ Demand to Be Considered Human : The New Yorker
- The HPV Vaccine Controversy
- Eine kleine Nachtmusik
- Earth from the ISS
- United States, Israel opposed Mandela, supported Apartheid | Informed Comment
- Mandela: We want equal Political Rights; When Protest was Outlawed, we chose Sabotage | Informed Comment
- Praying Mantis Mimics Flower to Trick Prey – News Watch
- Portraits Of Blackness, Lauren K. Alleyne interviews Retha Powers – Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics
- Robotic camera meets lion pride
- delanceyplace.com 12/4/13 – bullying
- Hubble Telescope Sends Back Annoying Stream of Selfies : The New Yorker
- Montage: Archery in film | Slacktory
- Mark Solock sent you a video: “2013 Movie Trailer Mashup”
- Must-watch television show on escaping Mormonism
Daily Archives: February 19, 2012
Fact of the Day (2012-02-20) : Oxford Reference Online.
February 15: The World’s First General Purpose Digital Electronic Computer is Dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania
February 15: The World’s First General Purpose Digital Electronic Computer is Dedicated at the University of Pennsylvania.
EM Cioran, on God: “If truth were not boring, science would have done away with God long ago.”
Nanosecond Trading Could Make Markets Go Haywire | Wired Science | Wired.com.
Ski Racer Aksel Svindal – 2012 FIS World Cup | Downhill Skiing | OutsideOnline.com.
Consciousness Emerges – Science News.
Demystifying The Mind – Science News.
A Brief History of Drones | The Nation.
From The New York Times: RIFF: The Upside-Down Appeal of ‘Downton Abbey’ Is “Downton Abbey’’ perfectly attuned to these times or totally out of step? http://nyti.ms/z1kRgZ Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: Can a Papermaker Help to Save Civilization? One man’s lifelong dedication to making “true paper,” as it’s been done for 1,800 years. http://nyti.ms/wNsg3p Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: Dory Previn, Songwriter, Is Dead at 86 Ms. Previn, the lyricist for three Oscar-nominated songs, became famous for her own confessional albums in the early 1970s. http://nyti.ms/zlABUo Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: John Fairfax, Who Rowed Across Oceans, Dies at 74 In 1969, after six months alone on the Atlantic battling storms, sharks and encroaching madness, Mr. Fairfax became the first lone oarsman in recorded history to … Continue reading
From The New York Times: 60 Lives, 30 Kidneys, All Linked A record chain of kidney transplants resulted from a mix of medical need, pay-it-forward selflessness and lockstep coordination among 17 hospitals over four months. http://nyti.ms/whpaUN Sent from my iPad
From The New York Times: A Jewish Hockey Player at History’s Indelible Crossroad An American hockey player from Minneapolis, whose Jewish family was decimated in Germany during the Holocaust, has returned to play in his ancestral homeland. http://nyti.ms/AvpI9l Sent from … Continue reading
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