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Monthly Archives: December 2012
Fenster writes: If you are an Oprah book person, you’ve probably read Amy Tan’s The Bonecutter’s Daughter. If you like pop thrillers, you may have read Nelson deMille’s The General’s Daughter. But has it occurred to you how easy it … Continue reading
Fenster writes: AND Quite apart from any offense that might be taken by a believer, proselytizing, especially about atheism, just doesn’t seem to be good form. Plus, since Dawkins comes across as a snooty academic, his testimony can be considered … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Either Ray Kurzweil is right about the Singularity, or he is wrong about it. Either way, I feel a little uncomfortable about his appointment as Google’s Director of Engineering. Either James Howard Kunstler is right about Peak Oil, … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Here is a 2006 Chicago Tribune article by Mark Caro making an attempt at naming the best rock intros of all time. Granted, the article is a bit old but does it make a difference? Most of the … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Julian Hoeber’s Demon Hill: art installation or just another funhouse at a carnival? Is it different with kids? Why do durians stink? Why do we react in similar ways to danger? Which college majors are to be avoided? It’s … Continue reading