I'm not sure what the ethics of this are, but there's an article on food and farming in Cuba by Bill McKibben in Harper's Magazine, which Bill Totten's weblog has posted in full. So I'm kind of happy linking to that.
Actually, all his posts seem to be re-posts.
fimoculous has three absolute gems this morning, to whit:
Somehow I can't quite bring myself to work Stop Making Sense into this post.
24 March 2018: I wonder if those are still there. I didn't save the permalink...
How to process digital images.
18 September 2016: It may be out of date in the particulars, but overall this remains very useful.
From Rebecca, this insight into the signals clothing sends.
"Genetically modified foods are as safe as the conventional ones, but require more testing on long-term safety and the effects on the environment, a UN official has said in Nairobi." I've lost the plot here. If they as safe, why do they require more testing? And GM pollen has set a new world reco...
I keep a little log.
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