Susan Ekberg Stiritz and Susan Frelich Appleton (WUSTL): Sex Therapy in the Age of Viagra: "Money Can't Buy Me Love". From the Rutherford Journal, a special issue on Alan Turing, Father of the Modern Computer, by B. Jack Copeland and Diane Proudfoot. The Luddite spirit lives on in people like Kirkpatrick Sale; he tells Alison George why we are on a collision course with technology — and why he now uses a computer. Why are smart people usually ugly? An answer to the Explainer's 2011 Question of the Year. The American Economic Association's annual meeting is red-letter day for "the dismal science" — and dismal it proved. Solitary: 30,000 supermax prisoners in the US are denied any human contact — so how does it affect them? From The New American, Selwyn Duke on the myth of fascism. From the SPLC's Intelligence Report, Bryon and Julie Widner decided to quit the world of hate — but former comrades, and Bryon’s tattoos, made it an uphill struggle; and something is happening on the radical right — extremists are ratcheting up the rhetoric of war. A review of Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales. 10 roads to the end of the Earth: Even in the day of GPS, there are still lost roads — these are the most extreme and isolated passes on the planet. Politics by other means: In Egypt, street protests set the agenda. Ayatollah for a Day: Karim Sadjadpour war-gamed an Israeli strike on Iran — and it got ugly. Gender stealth: Why transgender disclosure is not necessary. An article on 5 logical fallacies that make you wrong more than you think.

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