Ed Riley, younger brother of freshly minted Nebraska football coach, argues that football’s benefits outweigh the risk, for young people.
Wendy Kaminar tried to have a discussion at Smith about freedom of speech. It ended up largely redacted in the transcript.
Michael Brendan Dougherty argues that Uncle Sam is a horrible nutritionist.
Jennifer Deal explains that rest is important for work.
People look at me sideways when I mention Kansas and Utah as places with tech job opportunities, but there’s a there there, and as Silicon Valley becomes more crowded, I expect it to become more popular among mid-level employees with families. (Also: Austin!)
Decoding superior online dating profiles.
Francis Wilkinson blames illegal immigration on baby boomers.
Fender benders are almost a thing of the past.
David Sims ponders a Legend of Zelda TV series. I remember how all of my friends thought the 80’s series was really good. I’m glad that I have been vindicated by thinking it was pretty bad. Not sure that they could make a series that I am particularly interested in, though.
The Atlantic reports on the logistics of the Antarctic winter, where you don’t bother to fly because temperature is below that at which fuel freezes.
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