Assorted Personal Notations, Essays, and Other Jottings
[BLOG] Some Monday links
blogTO reports on how a trespasser at track level disrupted subway service today.
Crooked Timber argues Trump’s migration ban is best under stood as an elaboration of existing Western immigration policies, taking them to their logical conclusion.
Dangerous Minds looks at 1980s New York City industrial rockers Missing Foundation.
The Dragon’s Gaze examines the orbit of Proxima Centauri around the A-B pair.
The Everyday Sociology Blog profiles four millennial students to attack the idea of their generation as lazy.
Language Log and Strange Maps look at how the list of countries whose citizens are banned from the US does not map onto the list of countries which have provided terrorists who have attacked the United States.
The LRB BLog looks at the first ten days of the Trump Administration.
The NYRB Daily looks at the scale of the popular mobilization against Trump.
The Power and the Money’s Noel Maurer looks at how modest immigration controls in Argentina are overshadowed by the US.
Transit Toronto reports on streetcar line repair on Queen Street.
Window on Eurasia wonders if Trump will allow Russia to do as it will in most of the former Soviet Union, and looks at the prospect Russia might lose out in international sporting events.