I should have blogged more often this week, as I have more things to do for uni; still 2 papers to write before the end of next week. Apparently, rather than blogging, I have just read a lot and have more to share. Here we go:
– Income inequality is beyond ridiculous. Here’s some research. 1% growing 280% per year, while everyone else just… looks at it I suppose.
– An interactive map from the Center for Reproductive Rights on the world’s abortion laws in 2011. It shows the laws of each country, including whether parental/spousal authorization is needed and time limit for it.
– Something slightly lighter; a great Telegraph blog on whether we should evaluate the arts, and if so, how.
– Julian Assange has lost the appeal to stop his extradition to Sweden. Democracy Now talked to one of his lawyers to see what this means.
And I leave you with another heart-warming cat-movie-poster from LOLcats.