11 Links

Some Thailand-related, some not:

  1. On ‘Radiolab,’ the Sound of ScienceNew York Times (Don’t miss the multimedia piece, with sounds from the show.)
  2. How One Radio Reporter Ditched His Equipment for an iPhone 4 — MediaShift
  3. Former Los Angeles Laker Ike Nwankwo brings hoops to Bangkok — CNNGo Bangkok
  4. Activists fight to stop dam across Mekong — AP
  5. Finally passing: Assessing America’s bloodiest war, 150 years laterEconomist
  6. Understanding Congress’s solution to the federal deficit problem — Philip Greenspun
  7. Piecing Together Wallace’s Posthumous NovelNew York Times
  8. Coffee Vs. Tea Infographic Lays Out Each Drink’s Benefits Side-By-Side — Lifehacker
  9. Populous Metropolis: “See how the list of the top 50 U.S. cities by population has shifted from 1950 to 2010 as more people move west and south.” — Wall Street Journal
  10. Thailand’s ‘Red Shirt’ protesters mark anniversary of bloody clash with government forcesWashington Post/AP
  11. Above: “SF to Paris in Two Minutes,” on YouTube. Via Gizmodo.

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