New York Review of Books
MPR. News. chuck l: ‘The realization produced “a little warm glow,” he says. “I guess now that I’m a few years away from it, I’m beginning to feel it more.”
Asked about the chances that a government-funded science project like this could happen today, he says: “Zero.” ‘
San Francisco Chronicle
International Business Times
Big Brother IS Watching You Watch
BuzzFeed (david l)
Guardian. Today’s must-read; you might have skipped over this so-so headline. Completely different model than the serve-yourself-on- your- app-sans-staff.
FT (david l). Trailer loans were the original subprime (the small 1990s market which also blew up).
Boston Globe. UserFriendly: “gag me, he looks like such a tool.”
Atlantic. re Silc: “headed to a bad place if he wins”.
Have New York magazine (Userfriendly). From the poisoned pen of the loathsome Jonathan Chait.
Userfriendly: “The reason most republican officials should probably be in jail”:
What the hell is a “Consensual Rape”?
I’m like 100% sure that’s just normal rape but said by a sleazy corrupt politician.
These people have lost their F*CKING minds!
— Terrence Daniels (Captain Planet) (@Terrence_STR)
Project Syndicate. mgl: “I would like to see a history of what things were like in USA USA before Roe v. wade and contraception being available.”
Moon of Alabama
Bloomberg (david l)
The Wire The seventh and final stage of India’s staggered voting for Lok Sabha elections finished yesterday. During the voting period, exit polls cannot be reported. Now they can. Counting day is 23rd May, and results should be announced that day. Expect lots of chatter and speculation between now and then.
FT Quelle surprise.
Salon (JZ). Salon (JZ)
Antidote du Jour (:
See yesterday’s Links and Antidote du Jour here.