gotchaThe Press-Enterprise looks at the future commuting.

Is the oil in North Dakota leading to a cultural blooming?

Will the future of nuclear energy revolve around tiny power plants?

Popular Mechanics looks at myths surrounding natural gas drilling. As is often the case with these sorts of articles, they use the word “myth” liberally. Interesting stuff all the same.

The Dutch approach to disaster management may be something we can learn from.

Energy estimates are often wildly wrong. The most high-profile example in recent years has been the unforeseen fracking boom. It works the other way, though, with far less recoverables in California than previously estimated.

According to HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan, the housing market is at risk because people down the food chain can’t afford them.

Nobody does listicles like Cracked, and their piece on things people who grew up in Communist regimes know is no exception. Also, how VHS tapes fought communism. And Dr. Zhivago!

Michael Brendan Dougherty makes the conservative case against capitalism. John Paul Rollert writes about how there was a time before pursuit of money became an admirable trait.

Google cars? Try Google Golf Carts. Even so, Edward Niedermeyer says it’s a big deal.

What do they do with the clothes that are produced at the end of (or too late in) their fashion cycle?

James Fallows says there is a new industrial belt in the American South.

Remember The Wonder Years? It’s coming to DVD. Here’s pictures of what the cast looks like now. Most of them really kind of fell off after the show. Fred Savage went behind the camera. The brother got caught up in the HealthSouth tornado. The sister was pretty fantastic in her run as Vincent D’Onofrio’s nemesis on Criminal Intent.

Girl Meets World premiers next month.

From Wikipedia:

277 is the 59th prime number, and is a regular prime.[1] It is the smallest prime p such that the sum of the inverses of the primes up to p is greater than two.[2] Since 59 is itself prime, 277 is a super-prime.[3] 59 is also a super-prime (it is the 17th prime), as is 17 (the 7th prime).

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3 Responses to Linkluster 59th Prime

  1. Russell says:

    You do great link lists. I follow you exclusively for them.

    • trumwill says:

      Thanks, Russell! I have been criticized in the past for over-relying on them. Unfortunately I am going to be scaling back on that for a week or two, but hopefully you will stick around or keep me on your RSS and whatnot.

  2. CGHill says:

    Danica McKellar (Winnie Cooper), however, turned out to be that rarest of creatures, a household-word mathematician: she’s written four books on the subject. And she did this year’s Dancing with the Stars, surviving seven weeks.

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