This posting my link collection daily is harder than I thought it would be. Instead of clicking "Share on Facebook" now, I keep everything in a text file until I have time to make this blogpost. It shouldn't really take longer, but it does! These were collected May 4 and 5, 2010
"New Jersey Asian Americans live, on average, an astonishing 26 years longer, are 11 times more likely to have a graduate degree, and earn $35,610 more per year than South Dakota Native Americans"
"Somewhere, somehow it was decided that the absolute best of both worlds was to have the United name with the Continental look. It’s not. Financially, strategically and press releasingly, it does make sense, I wouldn’t even venture into thinking that the decision was wrong, but the visual manifestation is like fingernails on chalkboard."
Results from the XKCD Color Survey - fascinating, definitely take a look at this!
"Over 1 in 5 men at Oxford have had gay sex, according to a Cherwell survey of the sexual orientation of over 400 students."
Interesting data, sample size is probably too small though
"There's just one problem—by relying so heavily on Lynch, and Lea Michele's Rachel and Corey Monteith's Finn, and underdeveloping large swaths of its big and talented cast, the show is at risk of making its leads boring and overexposed."
"To our knowledge this is the first time in the world that a postal authority is issuing a special stamp on a gay/lesbian occasion. At least, we are not aware that this has happened before anywhere in the world." via Towleroad
[de] HOSI Wien
Video for Beyoncé's New Single - Why Don't You Love Me
NYT on how medical schools are (some more slowly, some more quickly) adding cost as an additional consideration when teaching medical students how to choose treatments: Teaching Physicians the Price of Care
"It may have taken an ecological disaster, but the gulf-state conservatives' newfound respect for the powers and purse of the federal government is a timely reminder for them. As conservatives in Washington complain about excessive federal spending, the ones who would suffer the most from spending cuts are their own constituents." (via Misha)