Weekend Edition: 5-24

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

  • How Being Poor Makes You Sick (“…a growing body of evidence suggests that the very condition of living with no money, in a tumultuous environment, and amid stark inequality can alter individuals’ gene expression.”)
  • The Myth of a ‘War on Religion’ (“…most secular liberals understand—even if Fox News commentators don’t—that America’s last acceptable religious prejudice isn’t against evangelical Christians. It’s against atheists.”)

Blog Headline of the Week

Legal Opinion of the Week

Legal Ruling of the Week

  • New York lawyers will be happy to know that finger pointing and yelling at a deposition is not assault (and from my experience New York lawyers are among the most likely to have to worry about that)

Bookish Linkage

Nonbookish Linkage

…life is too short to have anything but delusional notions about yourself.

Gene Simmons, Feb. 4, 2002

2 comments to Weekend Edition: 5-24

  • TLK

    I question Amazon’s “most well read” list since information about library usage was not included in their collected data.

    • Tim

      I agree plus it was based on sales in general, not what was sold. What, if anything, does the fact Dan Brown’s Inferno was the best-selling book overall in the number 1 city say about being “well read”?