Climate & Environment
- What Are the “Unknown Unknowns” of Global Warming | ThinkProgress.
- With Deaths of Forests, a Loss of Crucial Climate Protectors – NYTimes.com
- Attacks on a Protective Canopy – Slide Show – NYTimes.com
- Changing Forests – Interactive Feature – NYTimes.com
- Population math explained: Growth rate is down, total is up [VIDEO] | 7 billion: What to expect when you’re expanding—a special series | Grist
The Politics of Climate
- A Map of Organized Climate Change Denial – NYTimes.com
- Combating the growing influence of climate sceptics | Left Foot Forward
- Rachel Maddow on the campaign for “The Personhood Bill”.
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- My Rights and Yours | Unreasonable Faith
- Is Everyone Basically Bisexual? | Greta Christina’s Blog
- Homophobia? There’s an app for that… | The X Blog
- Mom, Don’t Read This – Skepchick
- Monday Morning Muse – Ira Glass On Creativity | Token Skeptic a new blogger to the great group over at FreeThoughtBlogs.com, one Kylie Sturgess just posted a video that answers a big hunk of the questions I’ve been putting to myself lately and here it is
Thanks Kylie.I am reminded of a quote I picked up from the 37Signals blog a few months ago that I have posted on my bathroom mirror:
Almost nothing worthwhile is easy, and it’s hard to just jump in and be good at something difficult right off the bat…“Get big and popular, then just flip the switch and start making money when we feel like it”. There is no switch. The only reliable way to succeed at anything is to actually do it, repeatedly, with concentrated effort. True for individuals, and true for organizations. Athletes, artists, businesses.—John Gruber in Cutting That Cord
The origional postt the quote was taken from in John Gruber’s Cutting That Cord is well worth the full read too.