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Veterans are having problems with fake service dogs and people believing their service dogs are fake.

Millions of years ago, the west coast was further east. Sort of. Interesting maps.

Kaiser tests new medical technology at a fake hospital.

Mermaids in Texas.

Anti-bullying efforts may lead to more bullying. Why? Bullies know what teachers are looking out for. The identification of an increasing array of behavior as bullying may also be playing a role. “Jimmy’s being a bully. He won’t loan me his pencil and he has two.” (Yes, that happened.)

Childhood bullying has lasting effects. They’re more likely to grow up to be troubled adults. (Or alternately, people who are troubled are more likely to be bullied. Kids can certainly smell vulnerability.)

Theodore Johnson has a good look at Harvard Extension School, and what it means.

These jetpacks look a lot more cumbersome than what we were told to expect.

The Columbia Journalism Review asks if copyright law is working
. Their answer is “not exactly.”

In case you wanted to know what a $300,000 house in China, there ya go. And here is a look at China’s vertical city.

The situation with China’s ghost cities may not be as bad as they appear.


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7 Responses to Linkluster CCXXX

  1. Mike Hunt Rice says:

    He won’t loan me his pencil and he has two

    Am I bullying you by pointing out that you should have said “lend” instead of “loan”?

    • trumwill says:

      Yes. Further, I am being a bully by blaming it on the kid when I have no idea whether he used the right word or not.

      • Mike Hunt Rice says:

        In all seriousness, I think the pendulum has swung too far the other way in regards to bullying.

        NJ, being a true-blue state, has passed strong anti-bullying legislation for schools. However, this ignores the fact that sometimes people just don’t like each other. To reduce most negative peer-to-peer interactions to bullying does disservice to actual bullying.

        • trumwill says:

          I hear ya. I think the bigger problem at the moment is that the desire to Do Something is greater than what we’re willing to effectively do. It’s basically going to take a camera in every classroom and hallway to make real headway. Beyond that, I think you just have to look at the obvious and extreme cases.

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