Endless (Link) Love

Cats as fonts.  I like Garamond!

I’m pretty sick of the articles implying that working mothers can’t have it all and never asking how working fathers manage, but this article on working mother stereotypes by Zuska is refreshing.

The blog that ate manhattan has some great posts this week.  Here’s one on laws mandating ultrasound before abortion and whether or not politicians should get involved in medical best practice more generally.  She also highlights another blog with very thought provoking posts on the subject.   One of the posts discusses the view of an abortion gone wrong from the emergency room, something that is sure to increase in number as the country makes it more difficult for women to get safe and legal abortions (warning:  may trigger).

Just… OMG.  And I thought mine was bad for sending thick packets of garbage on economics he didn’t understand.

Prof like substance asks where are the liberal Christians.

I’d always heard that a little over 50% of fund managers failed to beat the S&P 500… last year that number was apparently 79%.  Index funds for the win!

Tenured Radical has a post aptly entitled: So You Think You Can Write During the Semester? (hahaha.)  This type of thing inspires me.  I can’t get up any earlier but I should probably say no to service more often.  We have 3/3 loads here.  Greh.

Imma blame my lack of writing on things like this happening around here:

5 Responses to “Endless (Link) Love”

  1. Comrade PhysioProf Says:

    Garamond is a beautiful typeface. I particularly like Adobe’s version. And if you like old-style typefaces, Adobe Caslon is really nice, too.

  2. Linda Says:

    Wow, I love that Dr. Jen blog! Thanks for turning me on to it.

  3. femmefrugality Says:

    Thank you for the loverly links!

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