Weekend Links

1) Bertrand Russel's Ten Commandments of teaching

2) NYT on Dick Lindzen, cloud feedbacks, and denialists (via Dave Pell)

3) "The iPhone has turned out to be one of the most revolutionary developments since the invention of Braille." (also via DP)

4) Should blogging count towards tenure decisions? (Robin Hanson, via Krista)

5) "Observed acceleration indicates that sea level rise from Greenland may fall well below proposed upper bounds" (Science, via Kyle)

6) Pakistan is going to roll out mandatory natural hazard insurance for all citizens (via Amir)

7) Google Refine, for cleaning messy data (via Nicole)

8) "A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid" was published 50 years ago last month. It's quite readable. (via bb)

9) A novel strategy for the prisoner's dilemma under non-simultaneous signalling and bequests.

1 comment:

  1. RealClimate has a good post on the Moon et al. Greenland ice paper, here: