I don't normally do this, but plenty of other people do and it seems like a decent way to handle all those extra tabs I don't really want to close...so, here is a selection of things around the Internet that I think are worth seeing.

I've droplinked this one a few times: Meditations on Moloch is a serious contender for the most insightful thing I've ever seen on the Internet.

Wait but Why's posts on procrastination: 1, 2, 3. The first and third parts in particular describe one of the most crippling ongoing problems of my life. I've seldom discovered understanding of one key point: The extent to which procrastination isn't something you do, but something that's done to you -- by yourself.

This post by Ben Kuhn collects a nontrivial chunk of Less Wrong's practical epistemic insights in one place. I might add it to my sidebar.

In jokes are fun. In jokes that are entirely made of creepy shit are even more fun, especially the ones that feel like a punch in the gut.

The Last Psychiatrist on SSI. I think he actually took this post down, but it seems someone archived it. I think it's a shame TLP no longer posts these days. His stew of cynicism and seething misanthropy appealed to me.

On the phenomenon of bullshit jobs, and why in an age of unprecedented automation we still "officially" have a 40 hour workweek.

Credit freezes as a shield against identity theft. I'm seriously considering doing this myself, if I can be reasonably sure I won't need new credit any time in the near future.

I'm keeping this around to show people who don't grok my fanfiction hobby. I think it's the only time I've seen a mainstream publication get it more or less right.

I think I discovered this AMV when it won Best Character Profile at AWA last year. Homura from Madoka Magica, to the tune of Hurt. It fits.

This is why I've never tried to make a career out of my not-entirely-terrible writing. I talked about something similar some time back; the odds on offer in hit-based professions would put Vegas to shame.

I was going to limit it to ten links, but I can't fail to include this one. Zooming all the way out (ctrl-wheeldown) to see the whole living map made me smile. Be aware that Noscript will probably screw it up.