Archives for October 21, 2009
Well, not really. But if you are looking forward to this momentous occasion, have a look at Linux in Exile’s pre-release commentary. Here.
This is for sick people looking for help. It is not a phone number for people with mere questions. Only if you are sick. Not for general questions. Sick only. Got it? OK, here’s the number.
Hold on a second…. Executive compensation will be reduced in the Pig Seven (the seven companies that split up the multi-deca-billion dollar bailout). The argument is against this is that with lower executive compensation, these executives will bail, go away, move to other companies.
Pamela Ronald, author of Tomorrow’s Table: Organic Farming, Genetics, and the Future of Food, is now a Sbling! She will be blogging at Tomorrow’s Table. Welcome Pamela!
David Sloan Wilson is famous for his work on group selection, a.k.a. multi-level selection, and it is quite a coup for Seed and Scienceblogs.com that he has joined our ranks. Please visit E4E and say hey.
For reasons you need not know, I just did something very odd … watched about ten minutes of Oprah. And I watched as she sat and had a bite to eat with a table of atheists. Whoa…..
People say that clinical trials have not been perforemd with H1N1 vaccine, so we can’t be sure it is safe. Clinical trials have been performed on the H1N1 vaccine. People say that the inhaled version of the vaccine give you the flu. The inhaled version does not give you the flu. Yes, it is a…
Or so says this crazy, ranting lunatic.
Bug Girl’s Blog: “Stupidity….there’s an app for that” is a skeptical look at an iTouch/iPhone app to repel mosquitoes. Biological ramblings talks about this cool thing that shrikes do. Do you know about the shrikes? It’s cool.
Below the fold. Because that’s where it belongs.