Or, I was gonna write about this stuff but never got a round tuit.
- New York writes about the continuing mystery of Sneha Ann Philip, a young doctor who vanished from Battery Park City on September 10, 2001. I’ve briefly written about her before. Also, here are two photographs of some of the missing posters her family put up.
- How to get barbecue in Texas: “First, head out of town on a state highway—not the Interstate, not a country road. Keep driving for about two hours. You’ll hit a dinky little town that has one Dairy Queen, one Sonic, and three barbecue joints. And they’ll all be great.”
- The Wall Street Journal wrote about detained Chinese filmmaker and blogger Hao Wu (unfortunately behind the WSJ’s pay firewall) a few weeks ago. I’ve written about Hao before; also related is freehaowu.com.
- And you thought your family had sibling issues: just be glad you’re not the Minots.
- It’s like del.icio.us, but for stuff, not links: Stylefeeder. (my list)
- The Music of North Korea.
- John Steinbeck’s son is writing a novel: “Since I can’t write the greatest American novel, I’m going to write the longest American novel.”