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Weekend Edition: 10-14

Bookish Linkage

Have a look at Napoleon’s traveling library

Bookish Lists: best books about Puerto Rico; best Iraqi writing about the war; 9 protest books to read now

Nonbookish Linkage

Birth of a white supremacist

5 ways white people can fight white supremacy

And race remains South Dakota’s third rail

What […]

Weekend Edition: 10-7

Bulletin Board

About the only thing that makes winter bearable is back! The NHL season began Wednesday and tonight is the Stampede‘s home opener. Added bonus: watching hockey is exercise

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

These Are Not Acts of God (“Our politicians mourn, our media serves the familiar narratives, and we end the […]

Weekend Edition: 9-30 (plus one)

Bulletin Board

Weekend Edition is plus one day because this weekend I became plus one son-in-law (the first)

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

Free speech and political stagflation (“Healthy democratic debate requires both a broad range of ideas and opportunities for everyone to speak.”)

Blog Headline of the Week

The Psychology of Men Who […]

Weekend Edition: 9-23

Bulletin Board

Whether hurricane hangover or whatever, there was no Weekend Edition last week as not much struck me as worth passing along. As a result, a couple items below are a week or so old.

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

Snopes and the Search for Facts in a Post-Fact World (“As pretty much […]

Weekend Edition: 9-9

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

Why Books and Reading Are More Important Than Ever (“…books remain one of the few defenses we have against narrowness, domination, and mind control. But only if we read them – and then only if we spring into action based on what we’ve learned and discovered.”)

Bookish Linkage

The […]

Weekend Edition: 9-2

Bulletin Board

My review of The Autobiography of Satan has been republished at BookGlow

Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubez

Why We Must Still Defend Free Speech (“It is easy to recognize inequality; it is virtually impossible to articulate a standard for suppression of speech that would not afford government officials dangerously broad discretion and […]