For gollumgollum and all you others in the health-care field: an article on unlaundered scrubs and the transmission of bacteria. What I liked? Seeing Monroe Hospital in Bloomington held up as an example of how to prevent this problem.
For, well, anybody with a weird sense of humour and/or an appreciation for Edward Gorey: The Recently Deflowered Girl. (Some pages are funnier than others.)
For anybody pissed off at M. Night Shyamalan’s casting of lily-white actors for the live-action Avatar movie: addresses to complain at. The usefulness of complaining is, of course, very uncertain; but at least you can try.
For completing the schizophrenia of this link post: Change.org‘s ideas competition. Again, the usefulness is uncertain, but this is more than just a random web poll, and there are some very interesting ideas there. Also some that really don’t strike me as major priorities (do we really need to be worrying about dog breed-specific laws when there’s the Patriot Act going on?), and a bit of redundancy (spot how many candidate ideas have to do with the environment or marijuana!), but I got pointed at the competition because of the “End corporate personhood” idea, which is one of those random things that gets me all frothy at the mouth. So vote if you want to — you need to make a profile, but that’s quickly done — and while you’re there, if you want to click on the thingy for ending corporate personhood, know that it’ll put a smile on my face.