Sunday, 18 December 2005

Best of the Weeks Blogreading

I've been too busy to blog on a number of subjects I wanted to, but others have done a far better job of it than I could anyway.

The Death of William Proxmire from Cumudgeon's Corner :
It may seem a little extreme to suggest that the world would have been better off had Proxmire never lived, but it is irrefutable that it would have been a better place had he not been a Senator.
I don't think it's extreme at all. This blog is a must for anybody interested in Space issues.

The 10 Worst Jobs in Science from Entirely Madd. No 3 : Kansas Biology Teacher. Matt's blog is full of quirky stories with a Scientific bent.

A Discussion on Capital Punishment over at It Looks Different From Here. Lloyd is particularly good at writing long Op-Ed pieces with rigorous reasoning to back them up.

The Creator of Iraq by Ninme provides a fascinating glimpse of little-known history. The only problem with Ninme's blog is her amazingly prolific output: a blog you should read every day or you'll miss a lot.

A Chrsitmas Story from the ambulance blogger of London, at Random Acts of Reality. Some people face matters of Life and Death every day, and it shows.

How did we ever manage before blogs?

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