- Talk of putting bulletproof glass in school windows in Sioux City concerns me -- not that I'm bothered by the idea of that kind of glass, per se, but that I am suspicious it's really not the best way to protect kids' lives. Accidents kill more kids than murders. Maybe a dollar spent on safety rather than bulletproof glass would save lives.
- We're seeing a decline in spam. You can thank webmail services for better filtration, and your fellow Internet users for being more skeptical of the junk they receive.
- Paul Krugman makes the mistake of thinking that he's so right that people who disagree with him are purely imaginary. He's wrong.