Wow, biblical weather for the VIIV vigil.
Fascinating reading this year especially.
This Flickr stream is brilliant. I could spend weeks on it, especially where I know the location.
Wise words from CDM.
Science tries to tell people, in language they understand, something that none of them ever knew before. Marketing is the exact opposite.
Brilliant Onion nails it.
He's been a busy, and surprisingly amusing fellow.
I don't need to read it now!
It is pretty clear that wine tasting does not work the way we might think it ought to.
The interesting question for me is whether we can fix this.
There's an interesting suggestion from a Freakonomics show:
Steven Levitt: My approach to buying wine for gifts is simple: I go in the store, and I look for the label that looks the most expensive of anything in the store. And I make sure it costs less than $15, and if it does, then I buy it.
More evidence that more evidence is needed in public health and safety interventions.