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Editor, writer, musician, explorist. Topics: outdoors, environment, science, music, adventure, beef jerky, bear suits.
slate.com — I see a lot of pretty amazingly bad global warming denial online. It ranges from mildly cherry-picked data to such baldly transparent garbage that you have to wonder if the person who wrote it can possibly, actually believe what they are saying is true. After reading dozens, hundreds, of such...
theonion.github.io — Fart every 400 pixels scrolled in the document $(document).fartscroll(); // Fart every 800 pixels scrolled in the document $(document).fartscroll(800); // Fart every 100 pixels scrolled in the body (probably a bit much) $("body").fartscroll(100); // Now I'm just adding more examples to make the page longer $("body").fartscroll(50); // SO MANY FARTS $("body").fartscroll(5); // I should register fart.io for this $("div").fartscroll(500); // I should register fart.io for this $("body").fartscroll(400); // Dammit, fart.io is taken $(window).fartscroll(600); // Alright, that's probably enough examples $("body").fartscroll(400);
grist.org — About a year ago, during a cross-faded conversation that felt profound but probably sounded more like this, a friend told me about Strauss-Howe generational theory, a scholarly take on the somewhat narcissistic assumption that each generation has a signature personality that leaves a unique mark on world culture and history.
grist.org — Gretchen Rubin has found the secret to happiness. OK, that may be overselling it a bit, but she's made it her literal business to get closer to it through The Happiness Project.
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