Monday, 17 March 2014


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 140315 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

Linguistic Phylogenies Support Back-Migration from Beringia to Asia - lovely analysis, not sure about the result

Julie Ann Horvath Describes Sexism And Intimidation Behind Her @github Exit - appalling stuff (v @mmilinkov)

Public apathy over #GCHQ snooping is a recipe for disaster - couldn't agree more #surveillance

Will EU Parliament save the open Internet? Crucial vote on Tuesday - good analysis (v @raycorrigan)#netneutrality

Alleged victims' fury at failure to ban undercover police seduction tactics - just disgraceful

Billionaires With Big Ideas Are Privatizing American Science - & that is fraught with danger

Climate change body chief: 'bad guys' won after the 'good guys' lay down - 'cos we play nice, they play dirty

'I tried to save a patch of the Amazon but I'd bought an illegal cocaine plantation'  - great piece, important point

Facts won’t beat the climate deniers – using their tactics will  - "We need more opinions" (v  ‏@ATHuttnerKoros)

In historic ruling, Brazilian court bans release of Bayer GM corn - … looks potentially big.. #br

Scientists' hidden links to the GM food giants - I'm sure they declared all this in their independent report, no?

" has worked out a ten-point-charter of digital civil rights" -

We still have time to kill the Trans-Pacific Partnership! - #epetition #TPP

Studio gives Kickstarter Veronica Mars movie backers substandard, #DRM-crippled rewards - </facepalm>

#Wyoming rejects science education standards over climate change - because denying it will make it go away...

Metropolitan police strip searched more than 4,500 children in five years - & I thought they couldn't sink any lower

Sugru, the new wonder material: 'I made a thing like wood, but it bounced' - interesting

#ODF vs. OOXML: War of the Words Chapter 2 - " one of a number of stage-setting chapters to follow" #openstandards

1st blatant attempt to level down EU stds in #TTIP: #pesticides - replace EU's "hazard-based" with US "risk-based"

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