Morning Links

Good Morning. I’ve been flat on my back all weekend with one wasting disease after another, which made our concert experience with Celtic Woman less than ideal for me. In other news, David has taken to tasting his feely books. On to the links:

  1. Taxes rising.
  2. For fear of Rush Limbaugh” sounds an awful lot like “Because of Winn Dixie“.
  3. Obama’s voice like liquor that makes markets stumble. Reminds me of a Bible verse.
  4. 140 psi sounds a little high.
  5. The Conservative as Traditionalist, rather than Libertarian. I used to think I fell pretty well in both categories, now I’m sure only of the former. Libertarians kind of scare me anymore.
  6. It’s Greek to me! A map.
  7. Double Amputee becomes mermaid. It’s kinda sweet.
  8. Presidential approval ratings
  9. Meta tagging
  10. The top 2% is not enough.
  11. Critiquing Obama’s speech, in a Venn diagram.
  12. Herod’s temple
  13. Personall Branding with Google – which explains a bit of why I had a hard time blogging when I was a teacher. Something about the Christian school felt… political.
  14. More likely to discuss advanced calculus.
  15. So close!
  16. Peculiar story (flash fiction)
  17. I didn’t realize he was born in Tulsa.
  18. A punt. Putting copyright holders in the driver’s seat makes it clear who’s being a jerk about their copyright.
  19. “Having tasted the goods” I think I can say with confidence why economists don’t usually moonlight as musicians.
  20. Iz not pincussion! Or “martyrs who just won’t die!”
  21. Still believing Ron Reagan.
  22. Against unionizing. Or at least, against bullying, which is often the same thing.
  23. How to podcast.

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