Plumbing Politics and the Crazy State of the World for Comedy with Andy Zaltzman | Splitsider
HOERA! "The Bugle comes back mid-September. Probably around about the 18th of September, and we should then run for the rest of the millenium, hopefully. We'll pass it down to our children and our children’s children. Strict hereditary system we have, because we're British, so that's the way we work."
Seven lessons I learned from the failure of my first startup, Dinnr — Medium
Interesting. And sobering.
Supreme Court rejects ‘Israeli’ nationality status | The Times of Israel
Allowing citizens to relinquish ethnic or religious identity in the population registry would undermine Israel’s Jewishness, ruling says
Munich reverses course, may ditch Linux for Microsoft | Network World
Gezond verstand zegeviert: "The German city of Munich, long one of the open-source community’s poster children for the institutional adoption of Linux, is close to performing a major about-face and returning to Microsoft products."
Why women have no time for Wikipedia | Wikipediocracy
In short, thanks to its well-established culture of contentiousness, the deck is stacked in many ways against equal gender participation on Wikipedia.