Swedish women don’t like the phrase “flying solo” and are looking for a replacement.

Is feminism leaving behind the disabled?

Susan Krauss and Matt Huston look at how to break up, and how not to break up, while Maureen O’Connor writes about how to win your break up.

If you want to find the Hollywood sign in LA, there are people going to great lengths to make it as difficult as possible, and they’ve enlisted Google Maps.

Razib Khan looks at gender and transgenderism.

Sandeep Jauhar looks at the importance of medical cost transparency.

What are some foreign misconceptions about the United States?

Is science in Europe going in the wrong direction?

The story of Aimee Semple McPherson, a glamorous evangelical preacher in the 20’s who plum disappeared.

I’m still reading Harry Turtledove’s Southern Victory series. Jim Bennett doesn’t buy the CSA-UK-French alliance in World War I.

James Hamblin looks at nationwide pay and salaries of physicians. Our county in Arapaho stands out as being particularly low-wage.

Erik Sofge thinks we’ve been tricked into fearing AI.

“Dragon Age: Inquisition is easily the most personal, well-designed relationship system I’ve ever seen – and if we learn anything at all from the media we consume, then our awkward, virtual sexual encounters in games like this could maybe shape us all into better, more respectful people.”

Adam Mansbach, of “Go The F* To Sleep” fame, announces his college syllabus. Salon, which seems to be self-parody sometimes, actually does a decent job with real parody.

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4 Responses to Linkluster Million Chinese Smokers

  1. fillyjonk says:

    Link to the syllabus takes a person to the Dragon Age story….

      • fillyjonk says:

        In some ways, it’s hilariously accurate (the “hysterically punctuated excuse you fired off at five this morning” and the horrible e-mail addresses that look like spam bots). In other ways, it makes me cringe and want to go #notallprofessors because I DO read every….dang…..word on essay exams and papers, and would consider myself slacking if I did not.

        also, I’m required to hold (and post a schedule on my door of) TEN office hours a week….

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