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Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Sunspots 507

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:
Christianity: Vincent van Gogh was, apparently, a devout Christian. (Thanks to a commenter for the link!)

Ken Schenck says that it's more important for the Bible to form us than to inform us.

Computing: Gizmo's Freeware recommends Cookie Spy, a free program that helps you look at your stored cookies, and delete them, if you want to.

Humor: (Not really, but I don't have a category for this) National Public Radio reports on something many of us know -- meetings at work are often a wasted of time, and, therefore, money.

Politics: Columnist George F. Will says that the welfare state is growing too fast, and too large.

Science: Wired reports on a really weird insect parasite. Really weird, and creepy.

Wired also tells us why wet dogs smell so badly.

Wired also tells us why the recent blizzards were worse, because of global warming.

And Wired reports on the smallest snake there is. It can curl up on a quarter.

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