Want to win $100,000? rivettingKateTaylor has a run down on the National Bank Young Farmer of the Year finalists.
Death shapes us all – Alison Campbell at Sciblogs finds death contributes to life.
She also looks at sensing nonsense and gives the reporter an F for assertions not based on facts.
Dig in or adapt. The effect of political views on changing one’s mind – still at Sciblogs, Darcy Cowan looks at the persistance of political misperceptions.
What would I like to see . . . Adolf at No Minister gives his Budget requests.
Day 13 – done! – there’s a new kitchen at In A Strange Land.
Unemployment solved!! Anti Dismal isn’t convinced.
ELEPHANTÉ Today Is My Birthday on miniature elephants (Hat Tip Sentence of the day from Quote Unquote).
Italy versus Cambridge – Quote Unquote on cultural differences.
KASS Music Gem(s) of the Day and Their Antipodes: Top of the Pops, 1951/2009 Lindsay Perigo at SOLO demonstrates how music has degenerated in his lifetime.
The end of the road – Rivetting Kate Taylor’s been tiki touring.
Labour MPs in 2009 – Kiwiblog ranks the Opposition and reranks them at More Labour Rankings.
Getting stuff done – Lindsay Mitchell on being motivated by laziness.
Fonterra lets out groans – Cactus Kate doesn’t have an issue with foreign ownership of NZ dairy farms.
I’m still standing – Kismet Farm is dealing with chemotherapy and home renovations.
Satistkick me – Opionoinated Mummy does the numbers on cognitive tests (a follow up to Kick Me on the horrors of the recruitment process.)
Revolution Is In The Air – the latest in NOt PC’s regular posts on works of art.
Just at thought but – Inquiring Mind wonders how far anti-whalers carry their opposition to things Japanese.
Unemployment – Something Goes Here has a cracker cartoon from Garrick Tremain.
A rural joke – Quote Unquote on sounds you hear on most farms (Though not Rob’s father’s).
Warning food is a choking hazard – Opinionated Mummy on the danger of warnings against danger.
How I became a Science teacher from Alison Campbell at Sciblogs and on a similar theme: Career Day – Rivetting Kate Taylor on how she got into journalism.
So good I stole it – Adolf at No Minister and Dos and don’ts for cuddle class – Kiwiblog illustrates in-flight etiquette.
Come take my stuff – Roar Prawn warns that technology can tell too much.
Top 10 at 10 Interest.co.nz has some funny cartoons among the serious stuff.
How not to define social sciences at Anti Dismal .
Exaggerating the benefits of Community Education at The Visable Hand In Economics and apropos of this Really big numbers at Off Setting Behaviour.