LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #211
This week's episode brings a public health update jointly from the United States Department of Agriculture as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An essay is presented as well as a news miscellany.
Bibliofuture: Comment on political post
Wired: Google Fiber Splits Along Kansas City’s Digital Divide
The Hill: FCC backpedals from Internet tax
PCMag Digital Network: FCC Poised to Vote on Spectrum Auction Plan
The Register: Health minister warns ISPs--Block suicide websites or face regulation
France24: One million people commit suicide each year--WHO
Los Angeles Times: More older workers making up labor force
AEI's James Pethokoukis: The awful, awful August jobs report
PCWorld: Broadcaster Al Jazeera knocked offline with DNS attack
The Register: You'll be on a list 3 hrs after you start downloading from pirates - study
The Verge: Learn to build a Raspberry Pi operating system, courtesy of Cambridge University
NBC News: 'Fix-a-Flat' butt injection suspect bonds out of Florida jail
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