Linking and Driving, Without the Driving: Sunday Linkdump

  1. Everything you were afraid to ask about “Southland Tales” on Salon.com. I can’t say too many people have burning questions in their hearts about this film, because I don’t think anyone saw it. But I’m still thinking about it.

  2. The Sopranos: Definitive Explanation of “The END” and I do mean definitive. There’s a lot of text here, but the author makes some really good points about the ambiguous and frustrating ending to an awesome show.

  3. The Bush administration’s executive-privilege claims make Watergate look like a fond memory. – David Iglesias – Slate Magazine. Legacy.

  4. Mystery on Fifth Avenue A House of puzzles, codes, and secrets. The architect littered an apartment with all kinds of clues and mysteries for the family to solve.

  5. ALEXEY TITARENKO | PHOTOGRAPHY City of Shadows. Cool black and white cityscapes and long exposure shots create a spooky aesthetic.

  6. The Atlantic : What Rumsfeld Got Right | Robert D. KaplanNot a whole heckuva lot. But some things…

  7. Dan Rather Slams the Corporate Media Preaching at the choir?

  8. Jello Biafra and the Politics of Punk Dead Kennedys singer lays it out.

  9. Reason Magazine – The Cult of the Presidency A constitutional officer with limited powers or a God-King whose edicts must be obeyed?

  10. Tips for a Career in Legal Academia Maybe.

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