[M2] Hugo Schwyzer explains why men need to find women their own age.
[M3] Overspending as modern mating deception wouldn’t be an issue if aspects of our culture didn’t suck so bad.
[P1] How many terrabytes can you fit into a brain?
[E2] Washington Post lists seven thrilling facts about the carbon tax. Credit to them for mentioning the regressive nature of it. It’s probably the best way to combat AGW, but consensus would be monstrously difficult and I hate that one of the biggest question is “What would we do with the money?”
[E3] One of my hope-beyond-hopes with regard to global warming is carbon capture. They’re testing it in Alberta.
[H2] Intriguing: An interview with a dead man.
[H3] Important: Tips on faking your own death.
[I1] How to reform comment trolls.
[I2] Figuring out business models for WiFi is hard. This is one of those things that’s crying out for a systemic solution. The equivalent of calling cards.
[I3] Presenting… The 8-bit Iron Man.
[A1] Marijuana makes for better proscuitto.
[A2] America’s latest export: For-profit universities.
[A4] I love the term “unexotic underclass.” I will start using it.
[A5] The ruins of Jerusalem… in a decaying theme park.
[W1] The Atlantic has a good article on the dubious economic sustainability of China’s urbanization project.
[W2] How Brazil is tackling its rural physician shortage. I find it odd that doctors would immigrate from Spain and Portugal to Brazil.
[W3] A look at Taiwan before its economic boom.