Friday Link Encyclopedia
“If the paper were a frozen tundra and your life depended on finding a “the” to ingest, you’d be dead by page two.” I love how this scholar writes. And I can commiserate because English speakers who write in Spanish always forget that abstract concepts need a definite article. (It’s “the love, the justice and the peace” in Spanish.)
Neoliberal destruction of politics is illustrated perfectly in one short post. It’s like people have been completely emptied of all content.
People have the weirdest sexual fantasies.
I can’t avoid being touched by this passionate dedication to Hillary. The whole thing is almost poetic.
Wine-infused coffee exists. And isn’t that sad.
A great post on the Democrats’ strategy.
Yes, self-driving cars are totally about to happen. Any day now.
I don’t need to look at the author’s name to know this was written by a man: “My theory is that airport travel takes years off of people’s lives. Our U.S. airline system is so overloaded, so overcapacity, and so brittle that airplane travel is by now normatively terrible. Take a flight in the U.S. and you can almost count on being delayed and stressed out. Who needs it? A better plan may be just to stay home.”