pesco — 2014-01-15T13:56:04-05:00 — #1
jandrese — 2014-01-15T14:22:24-05:00 — #2
That article is so long that I think it covered just about everything in science.
jorpho — 2014-01-15T15:05:36-05:00 — #3
I can hardly remember the last time I saw a professionally-published article of this length on the Internet that wasn't split over a whole bunch of separate pages – especially one that's already as neatly subdivided as this one is. It's kind of refreshing.
groundman — 2014-01-15T15:35:57-05:00 — #4
Is inter-page navigation a dead scientific idea? cuz, tldr.
jandrese — 2014-01-15T16:20:35-05:00 — #5
I imagine we'll start getting good comments about the article in an hour or two when people finish reading it.
aurora50 — 2014-01-15T16:47:15-05:00 — #6
Thank you so much for this link...
my current topic of conversation amongst my gal-pals, all of us in the 65ish age range, is how do we find out what we don't know we don't know? (who knew you could get TV content with a Comcast Internet connection?)
one of the main reasons I come to Boing Boing...you guys and MetaFilter...
and only because I first found the Vanity Fair Blogopticon five or six years ago...
pjcamp — 2014-01-15T22:17:02-05:00 — #7
No time to read that till the weekend but string theory gets my vote.
prestonsturges — 2014-01-15T23:29:30-05:00 — #8
Reddit has good links. And for general reading, http://extragoodshit.phlap.net/ does an amazing job of addictively high quality content. But it also has utterly gratuitous nudity, and by nudity, I mean porn. And by porn I mean vaginas. But if you can get past that, it's an astonishing site.
pesco — 2014-01-20T13:56:05-05:00 — #9
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