And while we're over at Jeremy's, let's read this post about the promiscuous sharing of iTunes libraries in the university WiFi setting. Note to lawyers: please don't sue Apple.
[Bad link fixed.][UPDATE: Really! I mean it this time.]
UPDATE: Actually, this is Jeremy's most interesting recent post. I don't know what's wrong with me that I go right for the wound-blogging!
When the "Animals and Society" section of the American Sociological Association was first formed, I will admit to having been intellectually skeptical. It is plain I was wrong. Here are some of the (yes, actual) titles of A&S presentations given slots at the prestigious annual meetings next month:Lots of good comments on this one, including Tonya's "For a change, I am feeling really good about having gone to law school.""Deconstructing Playing With Katie"
"Rethinking the Interaction Order: Sociability Among Pigeons and People"
"The Political Economy of Beef: Oppression of Cows and Other Devalued Groups in Latin America"
"The Demographics of Change in Human-Horse Relationships"