The Panopticon

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The New and Improved Panopticon

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The New and Improved Panopticon

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Bureau of Justice Statistics Home page

Bureau of Justice Statistics Home page

Faces of Meth

Faces of Meth

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Executions in the United States from 1608.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image:Executions in the United States from 1608.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

"In Search of the Impartial Juror" by Monica S. Lewinsky!

"In case you missed it over Christmas, Monica Lewinsky received her masters from the London School of Economics. Although I started to craft a joke of her thesis title, the real one is even better: 'In Search of the Impartial Juror: An Exploration of the Third Person Effect and Pre-Trial Publicity.'" (via Fimoculous.com: Feeding On Itself)

Friday, December 22, 2006

Through the eyes of a psychopath

Mind Hacks: Through the eyes of a psychopath

Inside the mind of a psychopath

Mind Hacks: Inside the mind of a psychopath

The Violent Brain in new "Scientific American Mind"

Mind Hacks: The Violent Brain in new SciAmMind

"Social networks and counter-insurgency"

Mind Hacks: Social networks and counter-insurgency

Friday, December 15, 2006

FYI: Link from this week's "Internet Scout Report"

The History of the Supreme Court: While some citizens may find the United States Supreme Court to be a distant institution, nothing could be farther from the truth. During its annual sessions, the Court addresses a myriad of issues of immediate and enduring importance, including eminent domain, freedom of expression, the death penalty, and so on. With funding from New York Life, this very thorough website was created to complement a major television series on the history of the Supreme Court that will soon appear on PBS. The site's materials were written by educators from across the country, and they present the institution's history thematically, thereby making it easier to use in the classroom. Within each one of the site's sections, users will find essays and teaching materials on gender equality, social rights, personal liberties, and equal access to schools. The site also includes a very nice interactive timeline of landmark cases handed down since 1792. Finally, the site also includes a searchable encyclopedia of terms and court cases of note.

Thursday, November 30, 2006

INCIDENTLOG.COM

INCIDENTLOG.COM - Recent Incidents w/ Google Maps + Customizable Alerts

Newsflash: "1 in 32 Americans in jails, on parole"

1 in 32 Americans in jails, on parole - Yahoo! News