Most of the posts on The Longer Web are focussed around a current topic. Here is a list of posts on past topics and the major links to the longer web.
Medical Controversies (June 2010 - July 2010)
- Take Two and Call Me in the Morning
- What is a Disease Anyway?
- If a Disease has Only Symptoms...
- Who are you Calling a Crazy Cat Lady?
- Shouldn't Gender be Simple?
- Gender Testing of Female Athletes
- Emi Koyama's 2006 keynote from the Translating Identity Conference
- It's Fructose's Turn...
- Fructose Followup...
- Everything has a Support Group...
- Why Haven't We Beaten Cancer Yet?
- Anecdotes are Important Too
- Denying the Evidence...
- Better Vision Via New Barcodes?
- Much Ado About Nothing...
- Cigarettes and Cancer
- When is a Controversy Over?
- Salt Continued...
- A Diagnosis that May Change Medical Research
- What if Medical Rescue is Unsafe?
- The Power of Prayer?
- Placebos are Fake Aren't They?
- Multiple Sclerosis is a Vascular Disease?
- Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency in patients with multiple sclerosis
- The Big Idea: Iron-dependent inflammation in venous disease and proposed parallels in multiple sclerosis
- The End of Life
- Change Can Take a While
- Apparently Everyone is an Expert
- Where are all the New Cures?
- Gender Bias in Medicine
Memoirs and Histories (April 2010 - May 2010)
- An Immigrant's Story
- Serious Comedy
- How to Make a Scene
- Absurd Long Before The Current Scandals
- One Who Inspired McLuhan and Helped Define Canada
- Memoir of Harold Adams Innis: Covering the years 1894-1922
- Old Messengers, New Media: The Legacy of Innis and McLuhan
- It Only Looks Like Monopoly Money
- Remembering What Must Never be Forgotten
- USC Shoah Foundation Institute
- Introduction to and Bibliography of Central European Women's Holocaust Life Writing in English
- Nothing New When Dealing with One's Enemy
- Forget Making a Scene, it's Time for a New Art Form
- Last of the True Hackers
- An Unreal Job
- Pohl on Asimov
- Houston We Have a Problem
- Story Behind The Longest Day
- And Then He Was Gone...
- Secret Documents of an Evil Empire
- The Great War
The Senses (March - April 2010)
- Listening and Language:
- The New Colours of Summer?:
- I Love the Smell of History in the Morning:
- Two Genera of Living Earworms:
- Spices of Life:
- Revising Nonsensical Colour Theory:
- Something Smells Fishy:
- Fooling Our Ears:
- The Full Body Sense:
- "Monkey See Monkey Do" Neurons:
- Not Just a Matter of Taste:
- Technical Details:
- The Physiology of the Senses: Transformations for Perception and Action
- Seeing, Hearing, and Smelling the World
- The One We Don't Want to Feel