One person’s freedom to do anything they want can mean the absolute negation of another’s freedom. ...more
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In the first installment of our new column all about podcasts, we talk with Ross Blocher and Carrie Poppy of
Oh No, Ross and Carrie!. ...more
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And the winner of Best Opening Line Ever goes to: “I was a gay man playing ‘Warcraft’ as a beautiful woman, and he was a Mormon virgin. Our romance was a time bomb.” Over at Salon, Elliot Glen tells the story of his pixel-mediated relationship with a callow, straight, Mormon virgin: I first met SaltySaber […]
The kind of knowledge that good fiction can impart is incomplete knowledge, knowledge that admits its gaps and urges a certain caution because of them ...more
So precious it hurts: microscopic origami. A concise listing of man’s landings on celestial bodies (via Boingboing.) Oh hey recycled boat, what’s up with you? GerryCanavan Points us to the answer of a very important question: how does a student at BYU grow a beard? Typographical New York.