I’ve got three half-written posts that I’m hoping to get up today – a Who post for the Mindless, the next Doctor Watson chapter, and a post on the Doctor Who novel Who Killed Kennedy? as part of Bigger On The Outside – but given my lack of productivity this week, I’m posting some links just in case I don’t get any of them up…
Debi writes about the differences between New York and London vocabulary.
Major Lib Dem victory – mobility allowance for people on DLA in care homes being kept. Of all the things that were suggested to cut in the Comprehensive Spending Review last year this is the one I was most concerned by, given that it would save a very small amount of money but cause a great deal of harm. Thankfully the Lib Dems have managed to stop this happening.
Jonathan Calder in defence of Jeremy Clarkson. I have no time at all for Jeremy “the driving man’s Mark Millar” Clarkson, but in this case he seems to have been making a truly innocent joke.
James Graham on the failures of the Yes2AV campaign
An interesting result – apparently serotonin and glutamate receptors can affect each other
And an interesting idea – a peer-to-peer, distributed, encrypted search engine. Once this gets some traction we might actually have a decent alternative to Google search. Unfortunately I get Java errors when I install the Debian package, but some of you might have better luck.