Weekend Edition: 12-20

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

8 Ways Facebook Is a Cult Like Scientology (“… social media company basically owns us, and has access to all our most personal information. Yet we are willing participants in this pillaging of our private lives.”)

The Endlessly Examined Life (“Universal financial security is probably the single best […]

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Weekend Edition: 12-13

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

Crazy in Love (“The duty of a crazy person’s friends and family is far more practical: Our duty is to appear, as much as possible, not crazy, so that our loved one will be allowed to live.”)

Bookish Linkage

Evidently the Lord of the Rings trilogy is actually an […]

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Weekend Edition: 12-6

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

The Wanderers (“Once lost, people with dementia often begin to wander toward a past they think is present, returning in mind to a period in their lives more familiar than the foggy now. They are lost literally and lost in history[.]”)

Blog Headline of the Week

Justice Scalia Tells […]

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Weekend Edition: 11-29

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

Where Is America’s Real Youth Rebellion? (“The dream of youthful rebellion is so intense and so ubiquitous exactly because actual youthful rebellion has never been so dead.”)

The Origins of Aggressive Atheism (“It is hard not to come to the conclusion that atheists have spent a far greater […]

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Weekend Edition: 11-15

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

Winter Is a Black Hole: How I Deal With Seasonal Depression (“The challenge to me each winter is in finding ways to work with feeling low like depression is some stupid, inconvenient friend who needs a place to crash for a few months and who also wants to shit […]

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Weekend Edition: 11-8

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

The War of the Words (“… in the end it is a dispute that comes down to different visions of the future of the written word.”)

Why conservative Christians would have hated Jesus (“In ‘God-fearing America’ the poor are now the ‘takers,’ no longer the ‘least of these,’ […]

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