Morning Ed: Society (2016.09.21.W}
Almost, North Dakota State. Almost. (The cool thing about NDSU’s success is that a little more than ten years ago, they were in Division II. Now they’re 5-0 against the top tier.
I do sort of understand this, but it’s such a great song. It was kind of weird when former Bare Naked Lady dude sang it at former New Democratic Party leader’s funeral service, though. But it did kind of work.
Ura Mulally wants to know why parents put pictures of their kids on Facebook.
Rachel Lu argues that we no longer see children as regular people, and wonders when we might do so again.
The veil of ignorance, from front and back.
A look at Microsoft’s attempts at employing the autistic.
On the rise of Japanese virginity.
When I was a youngster, the video games were much more difficult than for you spoiled kids. Contra was actually unusually difficult. One of the things I remember from it was that it was one of very few where two players could work together simultaneous. Ikari Warriors was another one. What others?