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Linkblogging for 01/03/09

A few links for you: At Lib Dem Voice they’re wondering if the Fuhrerprinzip is now the basis for governing Britain. For all the fuss being made about the obscene amount of money that Fred Goodwin is getting in his … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 12/11/08

BFAW tonight. For some reason I’ve been permanently exhausted for the last fortnight, and writing is much harder than it normally is. Bear with me – this will pass. Fred at Slacktivist has a good post on usury. Personally, I … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 09/10/08

Abhay reviews Jonathan Ames and Dean Haspiel’s The Alcoholic. If you’re interested in Care Bear ejaculate and how it relates to the international financial crisis, this is the comic review for you. This is really interesting – it’s the first … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 30/09/08

Debi Linton has an excellent ‘beginners guide to Barbara Gordon’. Beer made from bacteria from insects trapped in amber millions of years ago – I love science. More serious science here – the annotation of human proteins has been completed. … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 23/09/08

Just a quick one today, but hopefully I’ll have something longer for tomorrow: Chris Bird continues “Exploring Hollywood” with a look at how “My Best Friend’s Girl” must have been created. Fred Clark points out that giving someone $700 billion … Continue reading

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Linkblogging for 20/09/09

Most of these are from a while ago, as I’m still ploughing through a huge backlog of Stuff To Read… Mark Steel thinks that bankers should bail themselves out. Quite right too. Jon Morris, Marc Singer and Jog all have … Continue reading

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