Gravity's Rainbow

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September 29, 2014
by sarcozona
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Pudding hysteria

My migraine brain is strange and frustratingly emotional. One aspect of this is state I now dub “pudding hysteria.” Sometimes after a migraine when I am still feeling terrible I have incredible cravings for particular foods that I do not … Continue reading

Verifiability, truth, and hearsay: feminist point of view on the Geek Feminism wiki

After a Puzzling Pause, the Gender Revolution Continues.
Interesting point about overwork fueling the wage gap

Abstract Parisian Rooftops Photographed by Michael Wolf

Artist Hinke Schreuders Alters 1950s Advertising and Fashion Photography with Hand-Stitched Embroidery
Astonishing

Surreal Worlds Digitally Painted by Gediminas Pranckevicius

Francis Fukuyama’s ‘Political Order and Political Decay’

Lawns waste far more water than pools, and use about as much as drought-tolerant…

Distributional Economic Health

Stop Pretending that Liberals are Just as Anti-Science as Conservatives
Huh. I definitely thought anti vaxxers were a liberal thing.

Military Sexual Assault: Male Survivors Speak Out
Military rape culture and lack of care for male victims

Stuff worth reading

All Our Sad Stories
Yes, we too often discount the effects of emotional abuse. I like to walk loudly, in shoes that clack, because I was not allowed to make a sound when I walked.

All The Comments on Every Recipe Blog

Canada’s anti-counterfeiting bill stalled by US demand for removal of humanitarian safeguards

Mental health workers and depression.
Depression as invasive and external. Depression as something that can be cast out.

What is Privacy?
“As a result of the destabilization of social spaces, what’s shocking is how frequently teens have shifted from trying to restrict access to content to trying to restrict access to meaning.” Teenagers do the internet better, first