I aten’t dead.
Stuff that I saw actually this month
How to use microformats to tag your pronouns in your blog’s metadata
How US official policy is inherently contradictory, and why no one dares say so.
I usually make a no-knead bread, but this one time I forgot to put it in the night before, and still wanted a dutch oven loaf. Mine came out kind of flat because it was 100% whole wheat, but it was still good and not crumbly.
A poem that was in a friend’s memorial service.
Violates Bettridge’s Law of Headlines. tldr: yes, there were.
Vaccinate in the preventative sense here applies more to PTSD than to depression; for depression it’s something like a monthly treatment.
Stuff that I saw back in November.
“Postmodernists didn’t create the new fractured reality; they merely described it.”
It used to be even more private, but less convenient. I think the current implementation is a good balance.
A moving story about the unbearable grief of losing a child.
“An old lady’s personal anger and rants about the modern web industry.” This really captures the way I and a lot of other people feel about the web today.
How current toxic ideas about gender and sex today trace back to the Medieval invention of romance.
Facebook Allowed Advertisers to Target Users Interested in “White Genocide” — Even in Wake of Pittsburgh Massacre
Because of course it did.