leftlaneThe New York Times reports that manufacturing is making a comeback in the South, but Adam Ozimek says “Not so.”

Despite some bad news recently, Ben Thompson argues that ESPN is going to be okay.

Well, this sounds like a pleasant working environment.

As it turns out, giving people health insurance doesn’t save money. (“But long term, preventive care saves money!” Not exactly.)

Moody Analytic’s model suggest the slightest of slight victories for Hillary Clinton a Democrat next year. 270.

Yeah, this is pretty much what almost every middle school kid wants to hear. Truthfully, at my middle school, most of the worst flamed out by high school. I don’t think that’s especially typical, though.

UberX could be responsible for saving lives.

Will there be a restaurant at which we can watch? Or will we have to make due with charts?

New eye drops may be able to combat cataracts without the need for surgery.

There is an island off India – that is technically a part of India – where the inhabitants will apparently try to kill anybody who enters.

Some research indicates the driverless cars could produce enormous emission reductions.

Hadn’t thought about it, but it makes sense: Gay marriage is still illegal in Navajo Nation.

I find it hard to disagree with this: The Samsung whistle really is horrible and it’s the first thing I change when personalizing a Samsung device.

There is a class divide when it comes to choosing one’s major. It corresponds with my experience this it tends to be wealthier kids studying English, to the point that you can almost see a class divide at extended family gatherings.

The Columbia Journalism Review looks at the cult of Vice.

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6 Responses to Linkluster Santa Rosa Beach

  1. fillyjonk says:

    About the “cool kids” – I never was even remotely cool. I think I MIGHT have felt better if I had known the results of that story. (As it was, I got moved into prep school so I didn’t see most of my former classmates, and didn’t see ANY of them once college rolled around).

    Still, for the time you’re in middle school or junior high, being an uncool “outcast” is pretty hellish. Or at least it is for girls; uncool girls were mostly ostracized and shunned.

    I’m still not cool but it matters less once you are an adult.

  2. oscar.gordon says:

    That is about how I would envision driverless cars.

  3. I find it hard to disagree with this: The Samsung whistle really is horrible and it’s the first thing I change when personalizing a Samsung device.

    My brother swapped out the whistle for the theme music from Mario World when a castle is defeated.

    Early evidence suggests they are facing less financial stress as a result of their coverage.

    FWIW, that’s the real benefit of the law, especially for those that are covered under the Medicaid expansion. Even for those paying for plans, a hospital stay is somewhat less spooky given that you’re no longer at the mercy of a hospital charging full price.

  4. fillyjonk says:

    I dunno about the Samsung whistle. It’s annoying but I’ve heard far worse ringtones. I had a student once who had a warning klaxon sound – you do NOT want that going off in the middle of lab. (I have a policy that students are supposed to turn their cell phones off in class, but most people forget or “forget.”)

    I also once was sitting in a church meeting when one of the other women’s cell phones went off. Her ringtone was the song “Bad to the Bone.” It was a while before we let her forget about that. (That wasn’t so *terrible*, just kind of inappropriate and funny)

    • trumwill says:

      The Samsung whistle is obnoxious in part because it’s so ubiquitous. It’s that annoying song that wouldn’t be the most annoying song if it weren’t played on the radio every five minutes.

      • fillyjonk says:

        Fair enough. I don’t have many people around me with Samsung devices. But I have had more than one student with that damned warning klaxon as their ringtone….

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