Monthly Archives: October 2010

I am not cool

I am not cool. I’ve always been peripherally aware of this, but it is something that was really brought to my attention with a jolt back in 2006 when I went to have coffee with a group of women I … Continue reading

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Climate Change: a pre-Q&A rant

Since tonight’s guests on Q&A include Tim Flannery and Jennifer Marohasy, I suspect there will at some point be questions about climate change. Since political discussions of climate change almost always bring out the scientist rage, I’ve decided to vent … Continue reading

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Questioning beliefs and Morton’s demon

Earlier today, @colvinius tweeted a link to this article, which asked “How can Americans talk to one another—let alone engage in political debate—when the Web allows every side to invent its own facts?” It explored the idea that as people … Continue reading

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