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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Sunspots 359

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

Sports: The Boston Globe muses about Tim Tebow's move to the New York Jets, as relates to his faith, and, a little, to football.

The Arts: Albrecht Dürer, who created the widely used "Praying Hands," had some definite ideas on how letters should be shaped.

Politics: (sort of) National Public Radio reports on a US Supreme Court hearing on whether a baby conceived after the death of its father is eligible for survivor's Social Security benefits. In this case, the Obama administration argued for state's rights. (The transcript of oral arguments, including questions by Supreme Court members, is here.)

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