"You’ll never be able to unsee these."
The New York Times argues that 80 can be the new 50.
UPDATE: link fixed now. Thanks, Elliott.
"I'm gonna add some bottom so that the dancers just won't hide."
Too much Red Hot Chili Pepper and Jamiroquai but otherwise, reasonable selections.
The White House has a scientific explanation for why reporters aren't allowed to view President Barack Obama's interactions with campaign donors: The very act of observing an event can change the event's outcome. . . .
"The goal of those q-and-a sessions is to foster a more candid and open dialogue where you have donors who are expressing their views," Earnest said. "I think it's the Heidenberg principle?"
Once again, I'm not making this up.
What surprised me: conservatives don't advertise much on ABC Family and Comedy Central and Liberals don't advertise much on the Golf Channel.
I'm giving BookBub a try. So far, it seems worth some clicks.
Ira Stoll, in the New York Post, speculates on the reason for Krugman's call for antitrust action against Amazon:
It’s enough to make a cynic suspect that the Times’ panic over Amazon isn’t about online retailer’s market power or disparate treatment at all, but the fact that Amazon’s CEO owns The Washington Post, a newspaper that competes with The New York Times.
Or about the fact that the Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, reportedly has libertarian-oriented politics rather than Krugman’s statist views.
UPDATE: not to be missed is Marc Andreessen's annotation of Krugman's column.
22-year-old West African woman combats Ebola by "invent[ing] her own equipment".