This week I have been mostly reading...
Parisians open their doors to strangers with hashtag #PorteOuverte
French Authorities Say The Death Toll In Paris Attacks Could Exceed 120
All attackers dead, police say, after shootings and explosions kill at least 150 in Paris
The Lessons of Paris: They Choose Death, We Choose Life
Muslims Around the World Condemn Paris Attacks
- "The idea that the remaining 1,599,965,000 Muslims ought to jump on
Twitter and condemn ISIS isn't just silly, it's a definition of
prejudice. But here we are."
Muslim groups strongly condemn terror attacks in Paris
Terrorism Is Not A Religious Act
Refugees Blamed For Terrorist Acts, One Person Nails The Response
Rural communities warned to chlorinate after waterborne brain-eating parasite kills three children
TURC clears Shorten, does itself no favours
ALP powerbroker Joe Bullock quits right faction in disgust
Playing spot the difference with revamped question time
Donation to lord mayor Robert Doyle sees him step aside from council decision on controversial CBD apartment tower
Tropfest cancelled after 'huge hole' in funding
Cartoons From Detention: Eight Drawings By A Man On Manus Island
Free at last, Ranjini is deemed not a security threat after all
A mother's decision not to resuscitate her disabled son
Nugan Hand bank mystery: Michael Hand found living in the United States
UN review puts Australia on the spot over human rights record
United Nations slams Australia on boat turnbacks
Estimated 50 foot wide sinkhole swallows several vehicles in IHOP parking lot
The Life and Death of an Amazon Warehouse Temp - What the future of low-wage work really looks like.
Edwards Rips Into Vitter At Louisiana Debate
Why #MerryChristmasStarbucks is Everything Wrong with American Christianity
The Dispersants Used After the BP Blowout Did More Harm Than Good
Carson points to secret info to defend ridiculous claim
Ted Cruz Forgets the One Rule of Saying You're Cutting Federal Agencies
American GOP Gleefully Politicizes Paris Tragedy As World Recoils In Disgust
The House science committee is worse than the Benghazi committee
Cemetery of souls: the refugee crisis on Lesbos – in pictures
Our Mourning is Broken: Paris and Privilege
What ISIS Really Wants
U2 review – a near-triumph of hope over experience
Live review: They Might Be Giants
Allen Toussaint, the legendary songwriter and pianist, has died
Squeeze: 'competing with your own past is hard'
Christmas Without Tears
Roger Waters: Still Kind of Full of Piss and Vinegar
Sly Stone awarded millions in unpaid royalties after court ruling
Eagles of Death Metal, a Band Known for Wit, Now Mired in Tragedy
BBC Question Time Audience Member Lambasts The Sun's Stig Abell For Hypocrisy Over Corbyn
Apple’s iPad Pro Finally Heralds The Post-PC Era: Tim Cook - Yeah, um, nah.
Facebook is now scanning your camera's photos to make sure you send them to your friends - Get stuffed!
Buggy code can kill Outlook
Why mosquitoes seem to bite some people more
Male tits would rather starve than give up their partner, study suggests
Malcolm Fraser burnt insider's memo that could have stopped the Dismissal
It's going to be okay
Did Americans Really Call French Fries "Freedom Fries"? - so I'm that old?
Humour and satire:
First Dog on the Moon's handy guide to the difference between Uber and taxis
The least boring photo on my camera roll: