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The Audacity of Greed: How Private Health Insurers Just Blew Their Cover by Robert Reich: “Health insurers have just made the best argument yet about why a public insurance option is necessary.”
RT @Caterina: Things on the internet grow fungally, not virally. The metaphor is completely wrong.
Open Access 101 – new animated student video for OA week which starts Monday.
This is my blog, in three cartoon panels, or, I should have said “This is my blog in a cartoon version sometimes provided by my more critical readers”
The Trafigura fiasco tears up the textbook – ‘A mix of old media and the Twittersphere blew away conventional efforts to buy silence’
Pens, Swords and Peer Review, ‘Have you ever submitted a scientific paper to a journal?’
Ridiculous Study Blames Feminism for Non-Existent ‘Happiness Gap’ Between Men and Women by Barbara Ehrenreich – look at this and tell me what you think. And a response by the authors.
Against Transparency: The perils of openness in government by Lawrence Lessig.
Fall of Rome (PDF) “The habit of command is hard to break.” and The Fall of Rome: ABC Managing Director Mark Scott’s Lecture
Worth a Thousand Words – Coalas’ ECG in the presence of tourists.
PLoS ONE Blog Pick of the Month – halfway there.