- Philmo Phlegm's Cut-out and Keep Guide to British Newspapers
This is a really useful thing, since I often see (particularly) American blogs taking things seriously which appear on the websites of various newspapers. My optional addition: definition to the Daily Fail's "their" - "they" are clearly women, gays and immigrants. Bisexuals and Transfolk don't exist, except as horrors, in the Mail's fevered collective "brain"
- Germany - Books - Price Fixing - New York Times
Can has German book-pricing system pls?
- Brain in a Jar
Bug report sent to the creator of humanity
- The Royal Society of Edinburgh | Report
I 3 U Sottish Royal Society
- Why We Are Fat - Bostonia Winter-Spring 2012
- A Simple Commitment to reducing sexism in STEM
- Mirror mirror on the wall, which movie breaks the most gender stereotypes of them all? «
Food for thought, certainly
- The Reaction To 'Girls Around Me' Was Far More Disturbing Than The 'Creepy' App Itself - Forbes
Agreed one hundred per cent. The reaction to Girls Around Me was the biggest proof that we live in a victim-blaming rape culture I have seen.
- A picture’s worth a thousand words – thoughts on internet privacy -
"I don’t believe that having a public persona online needs to be a risky enterprise, and it seems like plenty of people are able to manage that without being attacked, stalked, or otherwise targeted. If we’re saying that’s only true for one half of the population, then I don’t think this is really a conversation about internet privacy as much as it’s a conversation about whether it’s safe to be a woman and live in public.
If the answer to that is “no”, then I think we’ve got bigger problems than ‘Girls Around Me.’"