Thursday, January 5, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (1/5/23)

Today is Thursday and it's yet another day of work! Who came up with this! 

Speaker fight stagnates as House Republicans fail to find consensus (WaPo)

What happens to Nancy Pelosi now that she isn’t speaker of the House? (Grid)

Senior WHO official faults China for undercounting Covid deaths (STAT)

Ooh: Meta dealt blow by EU ruling that could result in data use ‘opt-in’ (The Guardian)

The case of the Supreme Court that just can't seem to stop talking (NPR)

NH mayors call for more state action on homelessness crisis (NHPR)

Microsoft Workers Form Largest Union in the U.S. Video Game Industry (Gizmodo)

Probably! Has the company building MBTA trains ‘completely abandoned its core responsibilities’? (Boston Globe)

Walter Cunningham, Who Helped Pave the Way to the Moon, Dies at 90 (NYT)

Good PSA but also click through, because the algorithm analysis is fascinating: PSA: Those Two Gay Minutes of “Kaleidoscope” Is All There Is (Autostraddle)

And some longer reads:

Putin’s New Year’s nightmare: How Ukraine shocked Russia with a deadly barrage of missiles (Grid)

‘Tragic Battle’: On the Front Lines of China’s Covid Crisis (NYT)

A Comprehensive Guide to Why a Ron DeSantis Presidency Would Be as Terrifying as a Trump One (Vanity Fair)

The irresistible voyeurism of “day in my life” videos (Vox)

Objects of Worship: A Japanese Journey in Ancient Religion and Modern Experience (Antigone)

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