I promise there’ll be several proper posts this week (two book reviews, a comics post and probably a politics one). In particular, I’ve decided that I’m going to do at least one comics post every week from now on – I’ve been neglecting that side of things too much. But for now, some links:
Lawrence Miles (that link will almost certainly break – he takes his blog posts down after a few days) talks about his problems with the Welsh Series, many of which I share. If it’s true that Stephen Moffat thinks having a DVD of Bagpuss is ‘sad’, then that right there tells me exactly why I’ve never warmed to his work.
Zom talks about Geoff Johns as outsider artist, while Tucker’s Comics Of The Weak is a thing of beauty this week.
This Is Terrorism is “a linkblog focusing on the radical movements inside America and how their activities should be considered outright terrorism, despite the fact that our government and media seem shy about using that particular word.”
Lots of people have covered the chancellors’ debate, but Millennium has everything you need to hear on the subject.
Pillock has a new meme
And LessWrong look at the Bjelakovic meta-analyses of vitamins (trumpeted at the time as the final nail in the coffin for dietary supplements) and find that they were total nonsense ( for reasons totally unrelated to the equally valid reasons for which I’d already dismissed it).