12/1/2017 7:49 Blender for Hackers - 3D modeling is just like using VIM: A brief and friendly introduction to the (in)famous, free 3D modeling tool, pushing an analogy to the Vim editor.
11/1/2017 18:18 Reagent deep dive part 1: Gentle introduction to the React interface for Clojure.
10/1/2017 11:16 Is Your Workout Not Working? Maybe You’re a Non-Responder: Exercise is complicated.
5/1/2017 9:40 A look at darktable 2.2.0: The latest version of the free and open-source photography workflow tool is a jump in sophistication and usefulness.
27/12/2016 8:19 For Want of an Oxford Comma: The hazards of omitting essential punctuation.
14/12/2016 16:32 Was “Lolita” About Race?: Fascinating anecdotes, especially for anyone interested in Nabokov and his reactions to American culture. His disgust with racial discrimination ran deep.
17/11/2016 18:46 You Are Still Crying Wolf: Overstatement of the racist component of Trump’s support does real harm. An excellent article making a strong case that Trump is not so much racist as simply weird, random, and incoherent; but glosses over his very racist behavior as a landlord.
15/11/2016 15:12 An Ohio lawyer hypnotized six female clients and then molested them.: A bizarre story.
12/11/2016 8:40 Robert Vaughn Obituary: Much more to this seemingly buttoned-up TV actor than I suspected.
9/11/2016 7:49 A New York that Doesn’t Really Exist Anymore: Samples from Richard Sandler’s new book, The Eyes of the City, look interesting.
7/11/2016 17:33 Doctor Strange: Could have been much worse.
4/11/2016 15:13 Schools that Work: This is an important article about education.
4/11/2016 7:41 Why Vladimir Putin’s Russia is Backing Donald Trump: It doesn’t matter what you think of Clinton. Trump and his associates are agents of Russia.
25/10/2016 8:33 #TrumpBookReports: I’m impressed by the inventiveness unleashed by the hashtag that’s become a phenomenon.