July 5, 2013
Stuff worth reading Sky Deutschland to broadcast adverts directly into train passengers’ heads – Telegraph DO NOT LIKE No, manufacturing jobs won’t revive the economy Now that we’ve all but destroyed unions, it’s time to bring those manufacturing jobs back! The real … Continue reading
On May 18th, I stopped taking a drug that (I think) was making my migraines worse. June was a better month than any since I began the drug, but I’m still not back to the level I was in the fall when I began trying preventative drugs for my migraines. So far, July isn’t looking good, but I’m still holding out hope.
I kind of need to do some work sometime.
July 3, 2013
“You go out and buy a bag of screws, you’re confident they’re all going to work with very little exceptions,” he said. “People on the other hand… they are all over the map.”
via No, manufacturing jobs won’t revive the economy – Salon.com.
July 2, 2013
Young women in traditional colleges are responding to the need to be better educated than their male counterparts, even if that means working for less money. The women I interview are earning the most expensive, most contested of all college … Continue reading
“I forgot what normal was,” she says with a smile. “I don’t even remember it.”
via The electrified brain: the power and promise of neural implants | The Verge.
July 1, 2013
Not talking about death only makes it more lonely and frightening | Giles Fraser | Comment is free | The Guardian. People are trying to have better conversations about death rather than resorting to platitudes or avoidance. This is good. … Continue reading