I'm doing a terrible job of keeping up on my blogging, I know.
- Libraries, Books, & Authors
- NPR’s Book Concierge: Our Guide To 2014’s Great Reads
- All of Ireland’s Catholic Church records to go online
- Science Journal Nature Makes Its Articles Free To Read And Share
- Net & Tech
- Twitter to make reporting abuse and blocking 'easier'
- Are you a robot? Introducing “No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA”
- Remember Ebola? President Obama reminds Congress it still exists
- HIV Could Be Evolving Into A Less Deadly Form
- Ancient Carnivorous Leaves Discovered in Amber
- Authority Issues
- Tamir Rice: The story behind the senseless killing, character assassination, and resulting cover-up
- Police consider charges against Michael Brown's stepdad
- The Plea and Promise of “Hands Up”
- Eric Garner: No charges in NY chokehold case Related: A Grand Jury Did Indict One Person Involved In Eric Garner's Killing -- The Man Who Filmed It
- SWAT Team attacks homeschoolers with Tasers, pepper spray in warrantless raid Just...wow.
- Berea College Graduate Among Liberian Government Appointees Congratulations, Gyude! I was impressed by the love and commitment for his home country he demonstrated at Berea, and I'm glad to see how well he has used his passion to serve his nation. I expect great things from him as Minister of Public Works.
- Ukrainian PM reports accident at nuclear power plant
- Construction of Nicaragua canal to begin December 22 Related: The Red Canal: Uncertainties Surround Nicaragua's New Waterway Project
- Cardinal Zen and Occupy Central Leaders Surrender to the Police in Hong Kong