Links for Wednesday.
* First-gen Sierra adventure games in your browser. Your childhood says come back home, all is forgiven.
* The setup for this Flash Forward show seems pretty good, but man do I wish Brannon Braga weren't involved.
* McSweeney's has the syllabus for "ENG 371WR: Writing for Nonreaders in the Postprint Era."
* Long-time Republican strategist declares defeat in NY-20, while Norm Coleman presses on in the courts with his unique metaphysical argument that he is the only logically possible winner in the Minnesota Senate race.
* David Simon on Bill Moyers.
* Roberto Bolaño, 2666, and the Ciudad Juárez murders.
* What happens when you "run government like a business."
* I don't agree with everything Amanda Marcotte has to say about prostitution here, but she's certainly right about Eliot Spitzer; it's completely insane to me that some people actually seem willing to give the guy another chance.
* The best article about the "sexting" crisis you're likely to read.
He then told the parents and teens to line up if they wanted to view the photos, which were printed out onto index cards. As the 17-year-old who took semi-nude self-portraits waited in line, she realized that Mr. Skumanick and other investigators had viewed the pictures. When the adults began to crowd around Mr. Skumanick, the 17-year-old worried they could see her photo and recalls she said, "I think the worst punishment is knowing that all you old guys saw me naked. I just think you guys are all just perverts."If your laws allow people to be charged with distributing child pornography for sending other people naked pictures of themselves, you need some new laws.
* Nate Silver thinks the libertarians are taking over the Republican Party. That would certainly be a huge improvement, as long as we're not just talking about glibertarians.
* The headline reads, "Obama keeps prosecutions on the table."