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Levi's List - Issue #8


Levi's List of Lunchtime Links

March 2 · Issue #8 · View online
A somewhat-monthly list of links to click while you lunch.

Recent creations
Encrypted Messenger Showdown
Zelena's Ramblings: Pilot
No Agenda Jingles by Zelena
Other personal stuff
Levi Breederland
“Yes, I can send you a screenshot. Should I mail it via express post or regular?”
From the archives
Sometimes, One Needs the World to End
Personified Teeth Dental Signs
How the Netherlands Learned to Feed the World
Wrath Of Gnon
The house were Adriaan Florensz Boeyens (1459-1523) was born in Utrecht. Youngest of four boys, son of a carpenter, the house belonged to his grandfather, a near perfect brick building with a beautiful dutch gable. The engraving is from the 18th c. Crowned Pope Adrian VI in 1522.
A Christian Speaks Up for Capitalism
How the Patent-Troll Wright Brothers Fought to Stifle Innovation
How the Media has Changed our Morals
Rendering Unto Caesar: Was Jesus A Socialist? - Foundation for Economic Education
The Natural Law as a Restraint Against Tyranny | Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
Wrath Of Gnon
So how do we build dense cities that can function with less electricity, or even off-grid? Here a Dutch street, mid-18th century, let's look at it in detail.
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