Fencing the links.

fence roll

Middle-aged white people with low education may be dying off, but there is actually good news in the younger generation.

Data visualization is cool.

Waves. via blackbird

PSA from your friendly local bee activist.

Posters of libraries.

The Senate mourns. Somewhat related.

Regional differences. thanks to chris

Hostile architecture.

Introverts, unite!

Let’s educate ourselves about what addiction really is.

Speaking of addiction… GARLIC!

Daniel Kanter is the blogger at Manhattan Nest; he is a house renovator/restorer/remodeler. But this time he got in over his head.

Because science. (And biology.)

How to create any world cuisine with only three spices/flavorings.

Descriptions of culture shock from immigrants.


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5 Responses to Fencing the links.

  1. kathy b says:

    Really interested in reading the article On Prince’s addiction issues and our country’s need to change

  2. k says:

    That first link led me to some very nice yarn. Is it nice enough to save the young people? Maybe.

    Also, if you want to bring a conversation about addiction to a complete stop, casually mention that THOSE EVIL PEOPLE WITH THEIR CIGARETTES are actually self-medicating to get through periods of high stress (this thing we call life), not morally bankrupt fools.

  3. Kat with a K says:

    Who would have ever thought one could laugh so hard about malachite!

  4. gayle says:

    I’ll never be able to look at my malachite ring in quite the same way ever again…

  5. Pingback: Stumbling Over Chaos :: That week of Linkity when Bookity got really out of hand

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