Lost summers of my youth, I spent them all with you.
Monthly Archive: January 2014
Renting a high-quality video camera setup and hiring a guy to operate it must be substantially more expensive than I would have first assumed.
One of the stranger responses I get whenever I profess my own shrugging relativism is a snickering, “Oh, but that can’t possibly be true. You like things!” I think I’m meant to realize that...
Holy cow! Is it Friday already?
This week: Sports, Jobs, Health Care, Building Stuff, Asia, and Europe!
It doesn’t matter that Ezra Klein’s new project at Vox Media is full of hype but low on details. The shell game it’s premised on is familiar enough.
Partially, this article from the Wall Street Journal is about smartphones: In early October, Michael Irvin stood up to leave a New York City restaurant when he glanced at his iPhone and noticed it...
Atheist writer Adam Lee compares the Roman Catholic hierarchy to an absolute monarchy and dictatorship, but this comparison fails to account for the role of established doctrine in the church’s teaching office.
For those of you who haven’t seen enough of my opinions about vaccinations, good news! I have more to say about them.
A small god walked into a bar…
by New Dealer The Atlantic’s Jordan Weissmann provides some very interesting statistics on what life is like for the average 27-year old in 2014. The most interesting statistics to me were that high school...
“Spoilers? What spoilers? There are no spoilers in this post,” said the lady’s maid, tenting her fingers and stifling cackles of glee.
A cold wind blows where the weather is ordinarily quite lovely.
This post contains no Snoop. Sorry. Hello, my name is Chris, and I like pop. No, not Katy Perry or Miley Cyrus, both of whom I would consider teen pop, but pop more broadly. In fact,...
How our inter-connected lives create contradictions in the search for social change.
Fate of the Game’s Jed Pressgrove calls for louder voices in the fight against online sexual harassment — especially from the victims.
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Mad Rocket Scientist looks at HR collusion amongst the Silicon Valley giants.
This week Stupid Tuesday questions go back to their roots.
Presidency Syllabus. Texts: – Federalist Papers 69 and 70 – Anti-Federalists 67, 70,and 74 Abstract The lack of a national executive power under the Articles of Confederation was a major factor in the weakness...