Today’s Five Curious Links of Note

  1. Futurist Ray Kurzweil is interviewed in New Scientist . . . more
  2. Media Matters tracks the far right’s response to Barack Obama’s use of Dijon mustard on a hamburger. Dijon mustard, it appears, is “elitist” and the new arugula . . . more
  3. Stanley Fish reviews Terry Eagleton’s new book sassing Richard Dawkins and the neo-atheist movement . . . more
  4. An old Life magazine cover with a cartoon depicting waterboarding in the Philippines (May 22, 1902) . . . more
  5. The New York Times reports on Homo floresiensis‘s big feet . . . more

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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One Response to Today’s Five Curious Links of Note

  1. niku says:

    hello, nice blog!

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