“A persistent effort to examine any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the evidence that supports or refutes it and the further conclusions to which it tends.” — E. M. Glaser (1941). An Experiment in the
This was written by author Warren Ellis, from his latest newsletter. Worth a read. The most fascinating thing about Kanye’s set at Glastonbury was the lighting rig. I’m not being snarky. It was a giant plate of lights that lowered
From his latest Orbital Operations newsletter: All of which is to say: so much of this absurd job is feeding the compost bin. I have spoken in the past to so many writers, not even limited to beginning writers, who
This is reposted without permission from Neil Gaiman’s Journal, from an entry titled “in the wee small hours of the morning” (7 June 2006): Hi Neil, I’ve been a fan of your work for awhile now and I just came
This is a transcript of Barack Obama's acceptance speech, taken from News24.com.
Seen on Dan Neely's signature:
"Dan Whatsit and his preposterously awful Leonardo book are actually relevant to our theme. I usually last longer with any best-selling novel, however pathetic, than I did with his. But in his case I knew from the very first word
My quote of the week goes to the Weekly Newsletter of thebiglotto.com:
– "Jesus saves, but Buddha makes incremental backups."
I received this via SMS last night (thanks Rita!):