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  1. Lawyers, Guns & Money,

    Trump’s McDonald’s delivery boy to mount particularly pointless vanity campaign
    Well, I guess you can’t be a Trump lickspittle, current or former or future, without having a major humiliation fetish: Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey who was eclipsed by Donald J. Trump in the 2016 presidential primaries, announced on Tuesday that he would seek the 2024 Republican nomination, setting up a rematch with the former president and expanding the field of G.O.P. candidates. In making a second …
    By Scott Lemieux, 302 words
    About the blog

    “A politics and culture blog written primarily by a group of eight academics.” 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per day. Started in .

  2. @Kevuhnn,

    I haven’t been able to edit pictures from my camera yet, but I’ve loved what I’ve seen of Athens so far . The post Athens appeared first on @Kevuhnn.
    By Kevin Wild, 30 words
    About the blog

    “📸 / 📚 / 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧 / 🇨🇦.” By Kevin Wild. 🇨🇦

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  3. I Heart SapphFic,

    Three Sapphic Books for Global Running Day
    Lace Up and Go: An Energizing Guide to Global Running Day On your marks, get set, go! June 7 is Global Running Day, and it’s time to celebrate the joy of running. In this post, we’ll explore the origins of the holiday, share fascinating facts, and offer tips celebrating. So, put on your running shoes and let’s hit the pavement! Sprinting Through Time: The Origins of Global Running Day Global …
    By Sherri, 505 words
    About the blog

    “Find Your Next Sapphic Fiction Read.” By TB Markinson, Miranda MacLeod. 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly four posts per day. Started in .

  4. Dezeen,

    Nemo Lighting showcases "abandoned" Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand lamps
    Italian brand Nemo Lighting recently unveiled a previously unseen lighting design by architect Le Corbusier and lamps by architect Charlotte Perriand, which are on display at 3 Days of Design. Le Corbusier's Lampe Cabanon and the Lampe de Bureau collection by Perriand were on show in Nemo Lighting's Copenhagen showroom, which opened during the annual 3 Days of Design festival. Le Corbusier's light was designed for and is named after …
    By Cajsa Carlson, 564 words
    About the blog

    “architecture and design magazine.” 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly 13 posts per day. Started in .

  5. Anecdotal Evidence,

    'The Absurdity Which Is the Shadow of Sublimity'
    When I was young and credulous I took the postwar generation of American novelists rather seriously, even Mailer and Vidal. Along with them came another highly touted name, William Styron. I suspect his books are seldom much read anymore but I owe him an oblique debt for his first novel, Lie Down in Darkness (1951). Styron took his title from a passage in Sir Thomas Browne’s Hydriotaphia, Urn Burial (1658): …
    By Patrick Kurp, 460 words
    About the blog

    “A blog about the intersection of books and life.” By Patrick Kurt. 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly one post per day. Started in .

  6. West Seattle Blog,

    FOLLOWUP: City Council rejects amending city code to match new state drug law
    After hours of passionate public comment and councilmember speeches, the City Council voted this evening to reject a proposal to match city law with the new state law regarding drug possession. The vote was 4 yes, 5 no. Voting yes were Council President Debora Juarez and Councilmembers Sara Nelson, Alex Pedersen, and Dan Strauss. The “no” votes included West Seattle/South Park Councilmember Lisa Herbold, who noted that the mayor and …
    By WSB, 272 words
    About the blog

    “News 24/7.” 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly 11 posts per day. Started in .

  7. ArtLung: The Website of Joe Crawford,

    By the end of the beach visit I’d lost a handplane and saw a funny looking dog. OB.
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    By Joe Crawford, 23 words
    About the blog


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  8. In the Pipeline by Derek Lowe | Science | AAAS,

    Drug Pricing Restrictions: Oh Joy
    Looks like we're going to have ourselves a Legal Situation here in the biopharma industry. Last year you'll recall (if you follow US politics) a huge bill called the Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law. This was one of those budget-reconciliation piñatas full of all kinds of stuff, including a great many sections addressing US energy policy and some important ones regarding prescription drugs. Its impact on inflation, well. …
    By Derek Lowe, 863 words
    About the blog

    “Derek Lowe’s editorially independent blog on drug discovery and the pharma industry.”

    Feed Roughly four posts per week. Started in .

  9. It starts with a birthstone...,

    Astrud Gilberto 1940 - 2023
    By Brush Box, 6 words
    About the blog

    ““Memory is what we are. Your very soul and your very reason to be alive are tied up in memory.” Nick Cave.” 🇬🇧

    Feed Roughly six posts per day. Started in .

  10. Phil's Workbench,

    Waterbourne Wednesday: Dry dock for canal boats
    Part way thorough the flight of locks at Hatton, and handy for the excellent cafe, is this dry-dock for narrow boats. The short arm can be dammed, and then drained to allow access to the bottom of the boat for barnacle scraping and re-blacking, both horrible jobs for the boat owner, or anyone they can pay to do the work!Being outside, with no cover whatsoever, must limit the work that …
    121 words
    About the blog

    “A daily updated blog typed by someone with painty hands, oil under his fingernails and the smell of solder in his nostrils who likes making all sort of models and miniatures. And fixing things.” By Phil Parker. 🇬🇧

    Feed Roughly six posts per week. Started in .

  11. Lifeboat Foundation News Blog,

    AI-based rare event detection harnesses the capabilities of autonomous confocal microscopy
    Autonomous Microscopy powered by Aivia enables scientists to discover more by extracting the most relevant data from their experiments. 06 June 2023, Wetzlar, Germany - Leica Microsystems, a leader in microscopy and scientific instrumentation, has launched Autonomous Microscopy powered by Aivia. This new AI-based detection workflow for confocal microscopy automates the detection of rare events. It follows what the user has defined as the objects of interest that will trigger …
    By Shubham Ghosh Roy, 221 words
    About the blog

    “Has tens of thousands of scientific blog posts!” 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly 49 posts per day. Started in .

  12. Marginal REVOLUTION,

    Ian Dunt on how Westminster works, or doesn’t
    I enjoyed his new book How Westminster Works…And Why It Doesn’t. Here is one short excerpt: The continued use of Downing Street is an act of pathological national sentimentality, the product of a country that has come to value tradition over function and its past over its future. Various attempts have been made to reform it, but they all came to nothing. Powell tried to convince Blair to swap it …
    By Tyler Cowen, 355 words
    About the blog

    “Small Steps Toward A Much Better World.” By Tyler Cowen, Alex Tabarrok. 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly five posts per day. Started in .

  13. CardrossManiac2,

    The Quest's - Shadows In The Night
    The Quest's - Shadows In The Night (1966)Another storming slice of unorthodox Michigan garage. The Quest's hailed from Grand Rapids MI. They released three singles on the legendary Fenton label. While we get some supreme fuzz and manic surf drummage, it's the high pitched hook laden vocals that set this tune apart. Good fun spooky stuff. Is it spooky? I've never been able to comprehend exactly what he's on about.....
    By Tim 'Space Debris', 77 words
    About the blog

    “A blog about music and pop culture.” By Tim 'Space Debris'. 🇦🇺

    Feed Roughly five posts per week. Started in .

  14. Ask a Manager,

    is employee lying about being sick, my boss slept with my boyfriend, and more
    This post was written by Alison Green and published on Ask a Manager. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. Employee called in sick on a day I knew she didn’t want to work I manage a department which operates 24/7. To be honest, the job is low pay and the work is challenging and stressful and under strenuous conditions. This leads to high turnover, plenty of …
    By Ask a Manager, 1,917 words
    About the blog

    “Not sure what the hell your manager is thinking, how to ask for a raise, whether you might be in danger of getting fired, or more? Ask your workplace questions here.” By Alison Green. 🇺🇸

    Feed Roughly three posts per day. Started in .

  15. The History Blog,

    15th c. altar panel returned to museum 44 years after theft
    A 15th century altar panel stolen on November 13, 1979, from the York Art Gallery has been returned after turning up at auction. It was Duke’s Auctions’ experts who spotted the possible connection to the long-lost York panel and pulled it from the auction. They asked the Art Loss Register to look into its history, and they concluded that it was indeed the panel stolen 44 years ago. Duke’s had …
    By livius drusus, 539 words
    About the blog

    “It’s a blog. About history.”

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