- Society acts as if All Force Is Reasonable Force
- Northern District of California Permits Defendants to Interrogate Title IX Plaintiff About Whether She Consented to Teacher’s Sexual Behavior When She Was 15
- Senate GOP: for tax cuts for the rich, not for much else. They're for deficit reduction in principle, but not in practice if at the expense of tax cuts for their friends. And they live in economic bizzaro land where they deny that their tax cuts cost anything. Paul Krugman calls this delusional. There's a chart. And even the Heritage Foundation agrees: Bush tax cuts permanently lowered revenue. (PS. If Bush's tax cuts created jobs, where are they?)
- Regular exercise isn't enough for men who stare at screens
- FOMC expects slower growth, higher unemployment and less inflation
- European Digital Rights (EDRi) has released the digital comic Under Surveillance (via boingboing)
- Rand Paul, far far out there.
- For this unemployed lawyer, finding job interviews (including for non-law jobs) is like seeking unicorns
- 11-Year-Old Grows Tons of Veggies for the Homeless
- A new poll of Cuban American attitudes conducted by the University of Miami shows that two-thirds of that community now supports lifting the travel ban to Cuba
- The Daily Business Review has a short write-up of my chair (subscribers only, like this is such valuable news….)
- Paul Ohm has a cool-looking article in the Harvard Law Review, The Right to Delete.
- Geek humor: “It is believed that written warnings to users against these dangerous configurations are both prudent and ineffective.” (Also, “A fool and their data are soon parted.”)
- Justice is done, or so argues Rumpole
- Congressman Joe Sestak, the guy who defeated Senator Arlen Specter in the Democratic primary, started out behind Republican Pat Toomey, but now they are tied in the latest poll. Details at Kos. Send money now.
Good and Bad
There is a new dubstep mix of the War of the Worlds but it is slashdotted.
Not webby, but bad
- Scott Maddox is spamming me.