Good Thomist that I am, I find a clear set of terms marvelous for clear thinking
Total factor productivity, and the lack of growth thereof, is a common theme on With Both Hands.
The lost language of painting.
A look at the convenience stores that serve almost everyone in Tokyo.
I should give this a try. At the very least, it is easier to make than Alton Brown’s eggnog, which ages for months.
Real life is stranger than comic books.
An interview with artist Mark Zug. I absolutely love his cover for Timothy Zahn’s second Quadrail book, The Third Lynx.
The Infamous E. T. game for the Atari 2600 wasn’t great, but its infamous badness is a tale that has grown in the telling. I know, I had a copy and played it.
I think that if you were to somehow make this happen, within a few years you would end up with a system much like the one we have now. The public’s risk tolerance for the inevitable failures of unregulated medicines is quite low. Historical examples are abundant.
This satire of the American university is still as relevant as when it was written in 1984.
It can be hard to appreciate the Victorians as they were, instead of the vaguely remembered background we define ourselves against.