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Midweek Music Moment: The Trinity

For reasons ranging from time and interest (or lack of either), it’s been more than a year since I’ve done one of these posts. And I have to admit that the topic of this one actually came up in late summer or early fall. But I’m hoping to resume this a bit, if only sporadically.

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Weekend Edition: 11-26

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

George’s God (“Well into his forties he kept swinging between the poles of his double life as only a true Manichean can, a rock star buried in a pile of cocaine one minute and a sadhu renunciant fingering his beads the next. But by his fifties he had abandoned […]

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Book Review: Running Away to Home by Jennifer Wilson

We all think about running away at times. We imagine leaving the stresses and obligations of daily life and embarking on a life enhancing adventure. It’s doubtful, though, that Croatia tops the list of escapes for most people. Yet Jennifer Wilson, along with her husband and their two young children, left the comforts of home […]

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Weekend Edition: 11-19

Bulletin Board

I posted a review of the Three Stooges FAQ over at Blogcritics.

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

Night Thoughts of a Baffled Humanist (“Yet in the new era, market economics—another name for the set of theories and assumptions also called capitalism—has shown itself very ready to devour what we hold dear, if […]

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Book Review: Stasiland: Stories from Behind the Berlin Wall by Anna Funder

Early into reading Anna Funder’s Stasiland: Stories from Behind the Berlin Wall, I came across a passage that made me think, “That is truly Kafkaesque.” For some reason, that sent my mind on a digression into the difference between something being Kafkaesque and something being Orwellian. While I eventually sorted it out in my own […]

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Weekend Edition: 11-12

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes

Does Mars Have Rights? (“Do we have a moral obligation to leave Mars and other worlds alone?”) (via)

Bookish Linkage

The author of a self-published book is suing Amazon, Richard Dawkins and the individual who posted a negative review of his book on those web sites for libel. (via) […]

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