Friday Lazy Linking
Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 12 years ago, in 2011, on the World Wide Web.
Dresden Codak » Archive » Dark Science #09 – Insufficient Credibility. Tennyson McCalla, Tennyson McCalla's Facebook Links (2011-04-20).
Dresden Codak » Archive » Dark Science #09 – Insufficient CredibilitySource: dresdencodak.com- I'll be teaching a Webcomics course at CCNY starting in June! If you're a student there or just want to sign up, you should check out the details there. Â Â [New Dresden Codak! I forgot to put this up earlier…(Linked Thursday 2011-04-21.)
Event: Houston Anarchist Book Fair. Justin Lee, DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left (2011-04-20).
What: Well over a dozen organizations are coming together Friday, April 22, to April 24 to hold the Houston Anarchist Book Fair. It appears it is going to be a very well-attended event. The schedule of workshops and discussions will run from Saturday morning until early Sunday evening and is…(Linked Thursday 2011-04-21.)
Trust in the State Is Flawed. DFW ALL, DFW Alliance of the Libertarian Left (2011-04-06).
The government does not hate you. The government does not like you. It is indifferent. The government is not an entity with feelings, remorse, ethics or conscious. It is a collective of individuals working according to rigid flawed guidelines. The government is not an individual therefore the government as a…(Linked Thursday 2011-04-21.)
Giant Babies of the Future (1937) Matt Novak, Paleofuture Blog (2011-04-16).
Many people in the 20th century assumed that the average citizen of the 21st century would be taller. However, a smaller (and for our purposes admittedly more entertaining) contingent assumed that advances in chemistry would breed hilariously super-sized babies. Having tipped the scales at ten pounds and ten ounces when I…(Linked Thursday 2011-04-21.)
Paleofuture Magazine (Issue 1: Food) Matt Novak, Paleofuture Blog (2011-04-04).
The first issue of Paleofuture Magazine is now available for purchase! The print version will set you back $11.99 and includes a free PDF download that looks great on your futuristic computing machine. Or you can download the PDF version alone for just $1.99. Paleofuture Magazine’s first issue is all about…(Linked Thursday 2011-04-21.)
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