link love

It is easier to avoid social media in the morning when @scalzi is gone!

Photos of some of the amazing teenagers protesting for gun control and safe schools.

Is your stock fund gun free?

March 14th.

April 20th

When children die, the Government needs to step in and take action.

NPR review of why I’m no longer talking to white people about race.  One of my students read the book recently and said it’s one of the best she’s read.

More fascism

So far it looks like unconditional cash transfers (aka basic income programs) don’t affect labor supply much.

Yes, you can still pay for access to the president.  Emoluments.

Hazard of the profession

Reflecting on ads and social media

This looks potentially useful (though we don’t know for sure)

This website is really cool if you are trying to figure out a spare part for your window.

Yet another PF blog talks about a year of solar panels

Facts about presidents for president’s day

Bookstores save lives

Time for this song again (starting in the middle) because we’re gonna have to set it right:

6 Responses to “link love”

  1. Linda Says:

    Lots of good links today! Thank you!

    I’ve been tempted by solar, too, and liked reading about yetanotherpfblog’s experience. Google Solar doesn’t have the most up-to-date image of my house and property, so it still shows some trees that I had to remove which gives me even more exposure to sun. (Great for solar, not so great in the hot summer weather.) I wonder if having solar panels on those areas of the roof would keep the house cooler. At this point I can’t afford them, but maybe it could be a savings goal for me.

    I’ve put that book on hold. I wish it was available as an audiobook through the library, but at least there is an ebook version. Yay!

    GYST looks like it may be helpful to me.

  2. rose Says:

    Thanks for the links. I think it must take quite a bit of time on your parts; it certainly keeps me on track and feeling supported through these times, and has always expanded my knowledge of what is happening in our world. Your work is appreciated!

  3. Susan Says:

    Project Sunroof says we will save $3k on estimated $66k of spending over 20 years and our payback time is 22 years. Our roof exposure is pretty good. DH wants to get solar, but I don’t see it working for this house. We have oil heat (ugh), which is likely why the numbers aren’t great.

  4. Omdg Says:

    You linked me! Cool.

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