Around the Intertubes: September 1, 2011

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on September 1, 2011

1. You might have gotten wind of a chart going around the Blogosphere yesterday that purported to tell us that we are all in peril of dying if we ever find ourselves at an American hospital. Turns out that said chart was off by a bit.

2. Weep, for we are the post-literate generation.

3. Sartre hits Facebook. Hilarity ensues.

4. Glad that humans are relatively good at resisting infection? Thank a Neanderthal.

5. What Bill James has to teach students of public policy.

6. Dogs can be good oncologists.

7. Fighting cancer through gene therapy. As Glenn Reynolds might put it, “faster, please.”

8. Randomized response saves endangered animals.

9. LEGO: Great company, or greatest company?

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