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I recently gave a talk to a group of interns about how to make the most of their semester inside the beltway. During the q+a, one intern asked about meeting people in town. You know, to date. I laughingly replied … Continue reading
One thing I struggle with since we started this space is how to creatively espouse libertarianism. In many ways, it’s easy to reduce this writing to a kind of fingers-in-my-ears denialism, na-na-na-na-na I can’t hear you, I know why you’re … Continue reading
Traveling a lot for work the next couple of weeks, but one thing that keeps me going on the road is the awesome Instapaper app. It’s the perfect text-only format for reading the articles, profiles, and book excepts that are … Continue reading
The Alot is an imaginary creature that I made up to help me deal with my compulsive need to correct other people’s grammar. It kind of looks like a cross between a bear, a yak and a pug, and it … Continue reading
Via our good friend Paperclippy: My wonderful husband Jerry and his partner Peter today released their first iPad app, and guess what? It’s a browser for Tumblr! It’s called Tumbleroo. Here’s a bit about it: The iPad was virtually built for browsing Tumblr, and … Continue reading
Around these parts we talk a good deal about innovation and creative productivity. Whether it’s kerosene or sneaker sanitizer, libertarians have a strong historical argument for the benefits that accrue to society, individuals, institutions, and the environment, from innovation. But not every … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been thinking about irony and authenticity. The series of hipster-hatred was an introduction to the topic, because I feel like irony is easier to deal with than authenticity. While I look forward to writing more on the subject, … Continue reading
An explanation of the interesting life of a male angler fish. He spends his life a tiny little guy, hungry and sad, but is blessed with an extremely scented nose that allows him to find true love. Then….My hump, my … Continue reading