- Mueller, several team members gave up million-dollar jobs to work on special counsel investigation - The Washington PostThis is public service, folks. Tags: sunday government
- Trump and Republicans treat their voters like morons - The Washington Post"In fairness, many people in the area, even Republicans, understand that’s a complete crock. Those jobs aren’t coming back, and the region’s future won’t be built on factories that employ huge numbers of people who can move into high-wage, high-benefit jobs with little preparation. Yet they still show up at his rallies and cheer while he lies right in t […]
- TV OD: have we reached Peak Television? | Television & radio | The GuardianToo many good shows? Tags: television sunday
- Trump had ‘The Art of the Deal.’ Now Democrats say their economic agenda is ‘A Better Deal.’ - The Washington PostIt's a start. But where's the environmental concern? And perhaps a bit more on health care? Tags: democrats sunday
- This chart spells out in black and white just how many jobs will be lost to robots - MarketWatchTags: sunday politics business
- How to Call B.S. on Big Data: A Practical Guide | The New YorkerTags: data bullshit journalism sunday
- The Nihilism of Julian Assange | by Sue Halpern | The New York Review of BooksYeah. Great guy. Tags: cynicism journalism sunday
- An Exhaustive List Of What Happens After Trump Pardons Himself | Above the LawIncludes a nice bit of satire at the beginning Tags: sunday trump law satire
- In 1995, this astronomer predicted the Internet’s greatest failureWrote MMM post about this Tags: intellectualism trolling sunday
- green fields of france - YouTubeBest anti-war song ever? Tags: sunday war
- Mueller, several team members gave up million-dollar jobs to work on special counsel investigation - The Washington Post
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No Twitter. No political-ish discussions, more or less. That was what I intended to do during Lent, which I observe as much for the secular self-improvement aspects as the religious meaning. By the letter of the law, I cheated. On … Continue reading
Sometimes crude, always truthful. The Oatmeal captures it perfectly. Some thoughts and musings about making things for the web – The Oatmeal.
So you’re scraping by on the money the NYT has been paying you — enough to live reasonably well, not enough to save a whole heck of a lot. Then your paper gets sold. You hold your breath and find … Continue reading
After some year-end number-crunching, here’s what people read — and what they overlooked: Top stories: 1. U.S. women rout New Zealand to reach quarterfinals. Not surprising in the sense that it’s Olympic women’s soccer, which accounts for most of these. … Continue reading
Check out the story I wrote on my first day back and the blog I cranked up on my second.
Rough count of the past year: 45 stories, 39 of them about MLS. Quite an increase from 25 over the two preceding years (not counting Olympic Athlete of the Week, which was a quick roundup that has since been folded … Continue reading
If they’ve done their homework on who’s likely to be in this group, anyway. Oh, it’s not the U.S. government, by the way. It’s China’s.