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Open thread for night owls: You're going to be hearing the term 'climate justice' a lot around here

23 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Here’s an excerpt regarding "climate justice" courtesy of Oliver Milman at The Guardian. He reports: ‘World can’t afford to silence us’: black church leaders address climate change?: African American religious leaders have added their...Show More Summary

How to Become a Morning Person in 5 Steps

Different people prefer to work at different times of the day. Some find themselves most productive in the mornings; other are better as night owls. However, mornings are traditionally seen as the start of everyone’s day. Regardless of whether your body clock is ready for […]

Open thread for night owls: Excerpts from the August edition of Harper's Index

Here are a few excerpts from the latest edition of Harper’s Index: Estimated number of U.S. children responsible for the care-taking of a family member: 1,400,000 Portion of Americans who favor replacing the Affordable Care Act withShow More Summary

6 Productivity Tips For Night Owls To Get Through The Workday

Stop trying to become the morning person you aren't and do this instead. Crack-of-dawn conference calls, breakfast meetings, or even the fact that the office coffee maker is always turned off by noon are just a few examples of how the work world really is designed for early risers. Show More Summary

How to Survive as Night Owl in a World Designed for Morning People

Here's what to do when your colleagues are all early birds while you're half asleep until noon.

Static Podcast: What Was Your First Comic Series?

In this week’s episode: when gambling meets gaming, app privacy, night owls vs early birds and we answer your question: what was the first comic you got into? Watch the expanded show in video or subscribe to the audio feed via iTunes and Pocket Casts. More »      

Lifehacker Australia Podcast: Are You A Night Owl Or An Early Bird?

In this week’s episode: when gambling meets gaming, app privacy, night owls vs early birds and we answer your question: what was the first comic you got into? Watch the expanded show in video or subscribe to the audio feed via iTunes and Pocket Casts. More »      

Open thread for night owls: Bishop offers bill to strip federal protections from Utah native sites

Cliven Bundy may not have much support in the rest of America, but his views are well represented in Congress. A controversial legislative  proposal  released Thursday by Representative Rob Bishop (R-UT) would transfer all federally-owned...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Oil spills have what ducks crave?

In testimony to clear the path for a new rail terminal in Vancouver, Washington, that would handle roughly 360,000 barrels a day, industry witnesses want to make one thing perfectly clear: Oil spills are good for you. Nothing will boost...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Move over, evangelical leaders. Trump's got other plans.

It's not just the Republican political establishment that is being usurped by wealth-obsessed newcomer Donald Trump. Traditional evangelical leaders are being cast aside as well, as the proprietor of Trump University embraces that sliver...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Ohio open carry laws require police to allow guns near convention site

Toy guns will not be allowed in or around the Republican Convention site in Cleveland. Neither will water guns, aerosol cans, or tennis balls. Ohio’s open carry laws, however, require police to allow access to those carrying guns. “It’s the law in this state. As police chief, I’m bound to uphold the law in this state,” [Police Chief Calvin Williams] added. [...]Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: University of Texas professors sue to block guns from their campus

The day before five Dallas law enforcement officers were murdered by a “lone gunman” in the most recent of the nation’s now-regular mass murders, three University of Texas at Austin professors filed suit against their university in an...Show More Summary

Six Ways Night Owls Can Thrive in a Nine-to-Five Work World

Crack-of-dawn conference calls, breakfast meetings, or even the fact that the office coffee maker is always turned off by noon are just a few examples of how the work world really is designed for early risers. Night owls, on the other hand, flourish on a different timetable. Read more...

Metronomy – “Night Owl” Video

The UK dance-rock institution Metronomy recently released the new album Summer 08, and they’ve just followed up their “Old Skool” video with a new one for the bright, sunny “Night Owl.” Quentin Dupieux, better known to most of us as the French dance producer Mr. Oizo, directed the video, and it’s a surreal and absorbing […]

Tippets: PHWFF on NBC Nightly News, Montana Hoot Owl Restrictions

A recent segment from NBC News features the work of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, and the stories of veterans finding peace in the outdoors and fly fishing. “In 2015 alone, we served over 7,400 injured and disabled military service … more ?

Open thread for night owls: Climate action in the Democratic Party's draft platform

Rebecca Leber at Grist writes—Sanders’ final win: Climate action in the Democratic platform: Pushed left by backers of Senator Bernie Sanders, Democratic leaders adopted a draft platform over the weekend that commits the party to a more...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: 1968 Kerner Report made its recommendations, but America looked away

At The Atlantic, Julian E. Zelizer writes—Is America Repeating the Mistakes of 1968? Today, America has a president who understands the urgent need to address the problems of institutional racism that have been broadcast to the entire world through smartphones and exposés of a racialized criminal-justice system. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Whistleblower says Chilcot's Iraq jigsaw puzzle is missing a few pieces

Writing inThe Guardian about the Chilcot report on Tony Blair’s decision to be George W. Bush’s toadie in the invasion and occupation of Iraq, whistleblower Katherine Gun zeroes in on some questions that still remain for her: Back in...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: West Virginian writes of the human spirit in the aftermath of the floods

Katey Lauer, formerly the coordinator of the Alliance for Appalachia, discusses the aftermath of the floods in West Virginia in late June. She sees a resilience and kindness in the human interactions of hard-hit counties as communities begin to rebuild. Show More Summary

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