Around the Blogs, Vol. 64

1. "What early Greek philosophy was not like" (James Warren), plus: "Philosophy referee hand signals" (Landon Schurtz)

2. A general rant against the U.S.A., worth reading for the forceful prose alone (Andrew Hammel)

3. "The Good, the Bad, and the Cell Type-Specific Roles of Hypoxia Inducible Factor-1 in Neurons and Astrocytes": Academic's sorry plays on movie titles in journal articles (Reto Schneider)

4. "What techniques do police use to get suspects to confess?" (Eric Barker)

5. E-mail, as predicted in 1960 (Matt Novak)

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