A special body parts issue of the Annals of Improbable Research is now online. Brian A. Lee (Brooklyn): Making Sense of "Moral Rights" in Intellectual Property. Diss "Like": No word has less meaning or says as much about what has become of education. Why doesn't society just fall apart? A review of Bruce Schneier's Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust That Society Needs to Thrive. Heaven can wait: Was I wrong about the afterlife? No, by Christopher Hitchens, as told to Art Levine. Mark Ames on Slovakia vs. the Cato Institute. By choice or by circumstance, some live on less all year round — what does simplicity look like in your life? Keeping time for 10,000 years isn’t tricky just because its hard to build a really durable clock — it also forces us to recognize and account for changes in things we normally think of as immutable, like the length of a day. Time zones are fluid — what are the implications for time itself? The Wickedest Man in the World: Few men have acquired so scandalous a reputation as did Basil Zaharoff, alias Count Zacharoff, alias Prince Zacharias Basileus Zacharoff, known to his intimates as “Zedzed”.