A promising career in academia gives way to a more realistic career in business. Mike Dwyer explores just why this seems to feel like a bad thing.
Daily Archive: May 14, 2015
Ludwig Wittgenstein, freed from OT exile, obsesses over ceilings and door handles.
A Theory of Reboots and Remakes
And they probably just ran for office looking to find husbands anyway, so I wouldn’t worry too much about what they think.
In which a training program for the city of Austin inadvertently makes the argument to stop electing men to public office.
Outrage drives media sales, after all, nearly as well as does fear and possibly better than does envy. … Fortunately, the law offers a reasonable response to that which is seemingly so outrageous.
A note scribbled in the margin of the internet.
It’s all there in the headline.