Tuesday, June 7, 2011


Great Britain bans the sequel to the Human Centipede. Amazing you can ban a film in this day and age.

Mexican drug lords with DIY tanks.

The science behind basketball and jazz.

Closing the revolving door behind hospital readmissions. Also, soaring health costs and medical devices.

Interestingly, Glenn Beck is starting up his own internet TV channel, for which he will charge a fee.

Sports Illustrated profiles little-known cult favorite Andrew Luck.

The High Line park as economic dynamo for New York City.

An excellent article on the rentier class and its reaction to recessions (tight money and squeezing the debtors), with a multitude of reactions.

Brain calisthenics for abstract ideas—how rapid-fire presentation of facts might aid learning.

Using smartphone data to map transit and transportation.

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