I think I might make this a regular feature? Should I just use some automated social bookmarking tool to generate the page?
- Over at New Matilda, Ben Eltham has written a fine summary of The Super Seasprites Saga. He links to an explanation of the sunk cost fallacy which probably contributed to this monumental fuck-up.
- Laurel Papworth’s piece 2020 Summit: Objective Journalists vs Passionate Blogging, which I’m planning to respond to at length some time this weekend.
- A piece from The New Yorker, Scents and Sensibility: What the nose knows, which ponders, amongst other things, why one molecule smells of spearmint when its exact mirror image smells of caraway. (Hat-tip to 3 Quarks Daily.)
- And for a change of pace, try the selection of First Dog on the Moon cartoons which were published in Crikey through January and February.
Four pieces feels about right for today.
One Reply to “Saturday Reading, 8 March 2008”
apparently it’s drivel. My bit anyway. See if you can make sense of it all to the masses 😛
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