CNN has a story on an exciting development at NC State.
At leading American universities, C's are just about gone.
I'd always thought the claim that "half of all marriages end in divorce" was phony. Cecil Adams says that at least for Baby Boomers, it's not.
The Next Big Thing in physics: network theory. (But watch out, sociologists are involved!) (NY Times, registration required.)
Ann Coulter makes a nice point about the affirmative-action University of Michigan cases now before the Supreme Court.
Liebowitz and Margolis make this guy so mad, he nearly ran out of irony quotes.
Another extraordinary analysis, way way better than you'll find in the Washington Post or the NY Times, from Mr. den Beste. And he's just giving it away. Amazing.
George Will offers some helpful advice on admissions to the University of Michigan. (The penultimate point, regarding the Dixie Chicks, proves once again Mr. Will's astuteness.)
Clay Shirky argues that the Web is transforming print media via a Big Flip--from filter first, then publish to publish first, then filter--and he wonders when music will follow.