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Slate:

They sure don’t make ‘em like that any more.”  A Studebaker Avanti as a daily driver.  I have to admit, I thought that design would never age.  It looks long in the tooth now.

06/12/07 • 05:37 PM • DesignHistoryHome & Living • No Comments

Washington Post:

The Godfather of Fitness.  “If man made it, don’t eat it.”

06/12/07 • 09:57 AM • FoodHealthPhysical Fitness • No Comments

BBC:

Slaves to the goddess of fertility.  Not quite so simple.  Wikipedia on devadasi.

06/12/07 • 09:50 AM • ArtsHistoryHuman RightsReligion • No Comments

Guardian.UK:

The Reggia di Venaria Reale returns.

06/12/07 • 08:53 AM • ArtsHistory • No Comments

On the subject of literary weblogs,

pro and con.

06/12/07 • 08:51 AM • ArtsBooksWeblogs • No Comments

NY Times Washington:

Congress Turns to Energy, and Lobbyists Arrive.  Circus Maximus.

06/12/07 • 08:45 AM • EconomicsEnvironmentalPolitics • No Comments

NY Times Book Review

of Michael Ondaatje’s “Divisadero.”  On my list.

06/12/07 • 08:41 AM • Books • No Comments

NY Times Science:

Light Fantastic: Flirting With Invisibility.

06/12/07 • 08:32 AM • Science • No Comments

Albuquerque Tribune:

“After initially claiming that red-light camera-foiling license-plate covers don’t work, the city now says they do - and that they’re illegal.”  Someone needs to take it beyond settlement, to court.

06/12/07 • 08:19 AM • LawPolitics(2) Comments

SF New Mexican:

Fourth plague case may point to harsh year.

06/12/07 • 06:36 AM • HealthSanta Fe Local • No Comments

SF New Mexican:

“The federal government has been urging people to sock away money for their retirement, but low-income families would be foolish to take that advice, according to a report recently released by a Washington think tank.”

06/12/07 • 06:34 AM • EconomicsHome & LivingHuman Rights • No Comments

The Economist, Certain Ideas of Europe:

Slips of the tongue, and slips of the brain. Once again, the flip-flop is Reaganesque ... to those of us who recall ol’ Bonzo.

06/11/07 • 04:21 PM • History • No Comments

Washington Post

“Put simply, the Constitution does not allow the President to order the military to seize civilians residing within the United States and detain them indefinitely without criminal process, and this is so even if he calls them ‘enemy combatants.’”

06/11/07 • 04:11 PM • Human RightsLawPolitics • No Comments

Vitamin:

Web Design-isms: 7 Surefire Styles that Work.

06/11/07 • 03:46 PM • DesignInternet • No Comments

BBC:

Apple has launched a version of its web browser Safari for Windows.  You can download the beta ...

Later: After a brief test run-through, nothing to write home about.

06/11/07 • 01:26 PM • ComputingInternetSoftware1 Comment

Wired:

A Shocking Idea: Nerves Might Run on Sound, Not Electricity.

06/11/07 • 09:36 AM • HealthScience • No Comments

Washington Post:

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that home care workers are not entitled to overtime pay under federal law.”  My italics.  Health care in America faces another incremental decline ... unless Congress or the Secretary of Labor right this significant wrong.

06/11/07 • 09:28 AM • EconomicsHealth • No Comments

CSM:

“In the US, the cost of home loans, corporate loans to build new factories, and interest expense on the federal deficit has hit the highest level in about a year. Economists worry that long-term rates will move even higher. This could prolong the downturn in the housing market and cast doubts on the future direction of capital markets.

06/11/07 • 08:54 AM • EconomicsHome & Living • No Comments

Chicago Tribune:

“If you’re honest with yourself, you admit that two hours spent with well-chosen professional television or film is a much more rewarding experience, that reading the Guardian online is a vastly more efficient use of one’s news-seeking time than jumping among 20 blogs in search of nuggets of wisdom.

06/11/07 • 08:30 AM • EntertainmentNewsWeblogs • No Comments

Yahoo/LiveScience:

I could swear I’ve heard of the dentate gyrus before ...

06/11/07 • 08:28 AM • HealthScience • No Comments

Yahoo/Reuters:

The hype behind box office numbers.  Just another marketing tool.

06/11/07 • 08:27 AM • Entertainment • No Comments

NY Times Opinion:

Economic Life After College.  Though some colleges just extend adolescence, not adding anything to student raw material ... and business recognizes this.

06/11/07 • 08:21 AM • ChildhoodScholarly • No Comments

NY Times Media & Advertising:

Fewer Journalists Seeking Fellowships.

06/11/07 • 08:14 AM • News • No Comments

NY Times:

City’s White Elephant Now Looks Like a Transit Workhorse.  “Riders can push a button and select which of the five stops they want on the system’s 3.6-mile route; it is like a horizontal elevator that can go 30 miles per hour. The driverless, 21-passenger fiberglass cars, gliding on rubber wheels and powered by electric motors, pick up riders and deliver them to their stops quickly, bypassing intermediate stations along the concrete and steel guide way. It is this individualized destination option that sets it apart from other cities’ systems.”

06/11/07 • 08:10 AM • EnvironmentalHome & Living • No Comments

Albuquerque Tribune:

Not paving Chaco road preserves area’s value.  News articles of late have been talking of the tourist devastation to Bandelier, yet some wish to pave the road to Chaco.  Leave it dirt, leave the ruts. It is an essential part of the overall experience.  You enter Chaco’s world, rather than having modernity pull up to ancient history.  Chaco’s historical importance can’t be overstated.

06/11/07 • 08:08 AM • HistorySanta Fe Local • No Comments
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