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Weekend link dump for October 3

We need an official October song.

If you don’t get in the game, you can’t win.

Advice for freshmen.

What’s with the fear and loathing of artificial sweeteners?

Ever notice how Google will make suggestions as you are typing in a search string on its page? It’s called Google Instant. There are some things you can enter there that Google Instant doesn’t like and won’t give suggestions for.

You don’t want to know what Republicans will do if we give them back control of Congress. At least, they sure hope you don’t want to know.

You pay for checked luggage whether it arrives at your destination or not.

“Much of the popular discussion of the economics of online education — both in the press and in the academic blogs — just gets it wrong.”

All about Stuxnet, the first truly weaponized software.

The case for reforming how the Senate operates couldn’t be clearer.

Everything you believe about immigration is wrong.

Let me tell you a little story ’bout a man named Pat.

It really is okay if you’re a Republican.

I agree, there is no single monolithic entity known as “The Left”. At least, not since Norbizness hung up his cleats.

People who care about the long-term deficit will oppose extension of the Bush tax cuts. Those who do not do the latter cannot credibly claim the former.

The privilege of being in the majority.

RIP, George Blanda.

From the “Mother always told me there would be days like this” files.

Gary gets his Wings.

A better way to fund high speed rail.

Why are Twitter feeds being turned into TV shows?

Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from being criticized for what you have to say.

If you were to look up the word “douchebag” in the dictionary, you’d see a picture of James O’Keefe.

“You can’t “fact-check” a fever dream of paranoia and irrationality.”

Nothing’s more pathetic than a wannabe. And as always, when in doubt, listen to Fred.

The McInsurance story is old news as well as being misleading and overblown.

Be sure to wash your reusable grocery bags.

Every person matters.

How to write about Japan.

The high cost of health care is everybody’s fault.

More of this, please.

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