Justin B. Fung

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Links of the Day, January 11

It’s Human Trafficking Awareness Day! Tell someone who doesn’t know about the 27 million people trapped in modern slavery. And then do something about it! Check out these awesome pics to start out your week/day: And then enjoy this cover from Cathy Nguyen and Andrew Garcia: News Whistler’s homeless are being relocated ahead of the […]

The last weeks of 2009

Last week, I celebrated Christmas with Aaron, Amy and Elijah in Huntington, WV, home of Marshall University (“We Are Marshall”) and of Amy’s family. It was great spending a few days outside of DC, and with an awesome and wonderfully welcoming family. To boot, last week … I got to go on a tour of […]

Links of the Day, October 21

Go buy this t-shirt: Or just follow the advice found thereupon. News A nuclear fuel agreement is reached in Iran. Human Rights Watch says dozens of ethnic Uighurs have disappeared since being detained after riots in China. The really, really smart people at Apple release a brand new iMac, complete with the really, really pretty […]

Links of the Day, October 16

News A Texas man is sentenced to death by jurors proof-texting the Bible. Finland makes broadband access a legal right. Go Finland! A Louisiana justice is refusing to marry mixed-race couples. Fourth-grader Tyren Scott asks Barack, “Why do people hate you?” Miscellaneous Apparently, living near ‘green spaces’ is good for one’s health. Who’d’ve thunk it? […]

Links of the Day, September 7

News Courtesy of Obama Foodorama: Van Jones’s resignation is a “major win for hate, racism, fear mongering, and the further unraveling of civil discourse in the larger culture.” Here’s a couple other perspectives: David Sirota and Jane Hamsher. Update on the Station Fire, courtesy of Ann Erdman, Pasadena’s Public Information Officer (PIO). Iran announces a […]

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