11 October, 2015

Thinking of linking

This week I have been mostly reading...

It’s a tawdry legacy Abbott defends, and he makes a tawdry spectacle of himself defending it.
Desalination plant could be switched on

Campbell Newman biography: Handful of book shops refuse to stock book - Instant Karma's gonna get you!

Brace yourself Australia, it’s about to get really hot

Federal government asks Australian Federal Police to find Nauru whistleblowers

Xenophon gives the main parties a Senate solution

Rehabilitating Abbott

Royal Children's Hospital doctors refuse to return children to detention
Tactical Experts Destroy the NRA’s Heroic Gunslinger Fantasy

Bernanke: I’m not really a Republican any more

Doctors Without Borders airstrike: US alters story for fourth time in four days 

Bobby Jindal’s New Strategy? Be Worse Than Donald Trump

Julio Iglesias says he will no longer perform in Trump casinos

Churches come together for Habitat for Humanity home build

Police find man extremely high, curled up in pile of Doritos and cookies:

How the Koch brothers and the super-rich are buying their way out of criticism 

Why the phrase ‘first world problem’ is condescending to everyone 

Musician Jim Diamond dies 

The Verdict recap: Karl Stefanovic's shout-fest was a stinking mess, and no match for Q&A ...surprising absolutely no-one

Curiosity's Drill Hole and Location are Picture Perfect - Look at this picture of Mars!

How Modern-Day Dirigibles Can Plug The World's Transit Gaps 

Google's 'Don't be evil' creed disappears as company morphs into Alphabet 

What happens to your digital content if the provider goes out of business?

Firefox will stop supporting web plugins (except for Flash) by the end of 2016

O.J. by the Sea

I got stupid on me and now I'm wiping it off on you:
Once a high-flying politician has been brought down to earth, Australia’s tall poppy syndrome works in reverse - Yeah, I'll take that bet, Rowan.

'Christian Muslims' welcome, says Hanson

If you were in any doubt that Reagan would be "too liberal" for the modern Republican party...

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