Links For December

Links For November

Web Roundup: Links for October

They sift the human storm for souls, eat flesh of reason, fill tombs with sinners. They frenzy forth… Such are the autumn people.
–Ray Bradbury

It’s October, which implies more links. Last month’s links are here.

Web Roundup: Links for September

Web Roundup: Links For August

  • Useful Science is a super cool website, aimed at summarizing instrumentally useful science. Example from the site: “Thirty minutes of sunlight exposure in the morning makes it easier to wake up early the next day.” Bonus: my software tools to improve writing post is referenced in the site’s style guide.




Health, Exercise, Sports


  • “The idea that men are naturally more interested in sex than women is [so] ubiquitous that it’s difficult to imagine that people ever believed differently. And yet for most of Western history, from ancient Greece to beginning of the nineteenth century, women were assumed to be the sex-crazed porn fiends of their day.”

  • Telegony is the ancient and medieval idea that a woman’s children could inherit characteristics not only from their father, but from all the woman’s previous sexual partners. It was seriously defended right up until the real mechanisms of genetics were pinned down in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.” (via SlateStarCodex)


Web Roundup: Links For July


Web Roundup: More Links for June

Let others praise ancient times; I am glad I was born in these.

Web Roundup: Links For June

Web Roundup: More Links For May

Curiosity is only vanity. Most frequently we wish to know but to talk.
—Blaise Pascal, Pensées

Web Roundup: Links for May