IronManSuitBBC History has an interesting piece on the viking colonization of Great Britain.

Reason’s Todd Krainin has a piece on a beautiful, illegal tiny house. There’s a ten minute video. I do wonder how much could be done for density rather than building up, we just let people build small.

As it becomes harder to find lethal injection drugs, a prison in Lake Charles (La) went and tricked a hospital.

I actually kind of like the idea of standing on flights. I’m just worried that I wouldn’t fit in the seats.

The New York Times reports that family leave policies can become too generous. We’re not particularly close to that point, of course, but it does point to a tension between trying to generate equality for women in the workplace and allowing them the scheduling flexibility they would often prefer.

With the release of Microsoft Office 365, Joanna Stern wonders if we really need Microsoft Office anymore. Microsoft is acting less cocky about it than they used to.

Breastfeeding in public is one thing, and to be defended, but changing a baby’s diaper at a restaurant table is another.

Avik Roy is taking on the herculean task of trying to convince conservatives to reform and build on PPACA, rather than insist on repealing it.

Drill, baby, drill, has become a bipartisan mantra.

While I’m not surprised that millenials are moving to the suburbs, I am a bit surprised at the apparent urban baby boom.

We’re tempted to scoff when we hear that there are people who still subscribe to AOL, but it turns out they have their reasons, and they’re not bad reasons.

Adam Chilton and Eric Posner set out to do a study on political bias in legal scholarship. They had an initial setback of there simply not being enough conservative lawprofs. They persevered and found some unsurprising results. Josh Blackman argues that this is bad for legal scholarship.

I’ve been on Rhapsody for quite some time and still have my MP3 collection. So for Bob Lefsetz first “Rule of Spotify” to come true, the services are going to have to become a lot better.

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  1. So for Bob Lefsetz first “Rule of Spotify” to come true, the services are going to have to become a lot better.

    I guess at the age of 30, I’m an old fogey that still buys music on iTunes…

  2. While I’m not surprised that millenials are moving to the suburbs, I am a bit surprised at the apparent urban baby boom.

    I’m not surprised either, but I suspect that the millenials in the burbs are less attracted to the ‘burbs by choice, and more so simply because it’s where their employer is located. Coincidentally, it’s also where they can find cheaper safer housing, and given the meme of young people who return home, it makes sense that the “millenials” are coming back as suburban residents, but in their parents residences.

    The baby boom is probably immigrants. 🙂

    • trumwill says:

      It would probably be helpful to have a better idea of who the millenials are, in this case. If the trend is among the younger, that says one thing. If it’s among the older, that says something else.

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