Link Mecca for a New Week May 27, 2008Posted by nukemhill in Apple/AAPL, Environment, General Interest, Judaism/Israel, Technology, WoT.
Links for perusal:
- Talk to the Taliban? Hmm. What corner to we have them backed into, first?
- Sam Harris: Losing our Spines. We’re not standing up to Radical Islam, and are losing ground. Interestingly, this is on Huffington Post. Not exactly a bastion of Classical Liberalism.
- How Stuff Works: 3G Cell Phones. Part of a larger discussion on cell phone technology.
- A primer on RSI.
- Mark Steyn: Obama an appeaser? That would be “Yes!”
- The Neocon Madrassa: The Very Big War. A pretty scary take on the next phase of the war between Western Civilization and Radical Islam. Hizballah, Hamas, Iran, and Syria pretty much are the away team. Who knows who’s going to back up Israel….
- Commentary Magazine: 1948, Israel, and the Palestinians. An annotated look at the birth of Israel and the lies told about it.
- The Weekly Standard: A Theme For McCain’s Pudding. I’m not the most conservative person, but I can get the gist of this argument: McCain can steal Obama’s thunder (Hope and Change) by demonstrating that he (McCain) has a history of reform in the Senate, and using that as the basis for his campaign. I like the idea of reform, and McCain is enough of an establishment outsider that he could just pull it off.
- Modafinil at Wiki. Shows promise for treating ADHD. Here’s the original article at JohannHari.com. Viagra for the brain? I’m liking that!
- MIT News: Hope on the Horizon. Potential economy-boosting techs.
- Status Screen Saver. Provides status updates in your screen saver on the Mac.
- MacPilot: GUI for Terminal commands.
- Round-up on Fusion Power Research at Instapundit.
- Smoking Gun on Iraqi WMDs.
Update (2008-05-27; 5:50pm):
Courtesy of M. Simon in the comments, a link to his blog with some interesting details on the fusion work Bussard has done. I also ran across this video, about which I know nothing, as I’ve not watched it yet. I don’t know if it is related to Bussard’s research, at least directly. But any work that gets done on fusion is good work.