Friday Lazy Linking
Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 13 years ago, in 2010, on the World Wide Web.
this thought experiment just got way too awesome. Dinosaur Comics (2010-04-20).
archive – contact – sexy exciting merchandise – what happened – search – about@@e2;2020;90; previousApril 20th, 2010nextApril 20th, 2010: I just found out that Stanford’s marching band turned their tubas into Dinosaur Comics to help win a Battle of the Bands and this is what I have to say to…(Linked Wednesday 2010-04-21.)
Help Corvus help the Kate Sharpley Library. Shawn P. Wilbur, Out of the Libertarian Labyrinth (2010-04-16).
I’ve got a lot to say, sometime soon, about mutual-aid economies and the power of small, periodic support for small projects, but, for once, let’s get the practice out there in front of the theory. Despite my tendency to be into a bit of everything all the time, the heart…(Linked Thursday 2010-04-22.)
@@e2;20ac;2dc;Infographic', by Phil Gyford. John Gruber, Daring Fireball (2010-04-09).
Zing. â˜…(Linked Thursday 2010-04-22.)
Malfunction ... Malfunction ... Roderick, Austro-Athenian Empire (2010-04-22).
Mary Matalin on CNN's Campbell Brown show just now, on the subject of marijuana: My libertarian sense says let's regulate it.(Linked Friday 2010-04-23.)
The Washington-Wall Street Kabuki Dance. The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty (2010-04-23). Excellent work in the latest from Sheldon Richman: “When I watch the public furor over the ruling party's attempt to ‘toughen’ regulations on the financial industry, I get the same feeling I often have in a theater: Good show but it's not real. … If you have doubts about any of this, imagine some top Wall Street operator calling for elimination of the Federal Reserve System and the banking cartel it administers. Imagine him endorsing repeal of all federal and state banking regulations and their replacement with free banking and market-based money. Imagine him testifying on behalf of an end to all implicit guarantees, bailout promises, and the "too big to fail" doctrine. If you can't imagine it you have begun to grasp the nature of the actual political economy in which we live.” Sheldon’s column has also been reprinted in this weekend’s CounterPunch. (Congrats!) (Linked Friday 2010-04-23.)
The Palinites and the Paulians. Jesse Walker, Jesse Walker: Reason Magazine articles and blog posts. (2010-04-20).
The biggest (though not the only) limit to last week's CBS/New York Times Tea Party survey is that it didn't distinguish the movement's armchair sympathizers from the people who actually go out and join the rallies. Politico and Edison Research have filled part of that gap by polling the participants…(Linked Friday 2010-04-23.)
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