Gene Mazo has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Fordham Law Review). Here is the abstract: Throughout American history, several aspiring presidents have had their candidacies challenged for failing to meet the Constitution’s eligibility requirements. These challenges began in the 1880s, … Continue reading ?
Susan Greenfield’s attempt to explain the latest research into consciousness has an interesting framing device, but that’s where the clarity ends You are a male office worker. Your day begins with the buzz of the alarm, and ends uneventfully back in bed. Show More Summary
Editor’s note: This is the first of two MMW reviews of the book Muslim Mothering: Global Histories, Theories, and Practices. This article looks at chapters 4, 10, and 11 from Muslim mothering: Global histories, theories, and practices (2016), edited by Margaret Aziza Pappano and Dana M. Olwan. I chose to look at these three chapters […]
The Indianapolis Colts had some offensive obstacles to overcome last week. Their offensive line had to be reshuffled, because starting guard Jack Mewhort was inactive. The Colts had to rethink their personnel groupings, because receivers Phillip Dorsett and Donte Moncrief were out. Show More Summary
Bharat Anand has taken his insights from years of teaching at Harvard to provide a framework for thinking more broadly in the face of digital disruption.
John Kerry flies to Lausanne to meet Russian foreign minister but diplomats have low expectations The Obama administration is conducting a final review of its Syria policy as it enters its last hundred days, but the rethink is not expected...Show More Summary
The International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP), in which I am involved, has just released the first draft of its report on "Rethinking Society for the 21st Century" for public review and put up an online platform collecting comments, as well as opinion surveys. Show More Summary
Just when you thought it was safe to leave your doors unlocked and your windows unbarred, a film like Safe Neighborhood comes along and completely makes you rethink the home invasion sub-genre. It's been the format for a certain type of film for awhile now, and the formula involved has been generally left unaltered. Show More Summary
Michael Morley has posted this draft on SSRN (forthcoming, Fordham Law Review). Here is the abstract: The presidential nomination process used by the Democrat and Republican Parties is an ill-considered, unstable pastiche of competing components that generally operate in fundamentally different … Continue reading ?
Director Antoine Fuqua and his star-studded ensemble bring a modern edge to this classic Western tale of revenge and redemption. The post Review: The Magnificent Seven Will Make You Rethink Your View of Remakes appeared first on CBR.com.
Wendy Collins Perdue (Dean, Richmond), Law, Universities, and the Challenge of Moving a Graveyard, 50 U. Rich. L. Rev. Online 3 (2015) (reviewing Carel Stolker, Rethinking the Law School: Education, Research, Outreach and Governance (Cambridge University Press 2015)): The last five years have been difficult ones for American legal education....
In his two-star review of the 1996 police drama Cop Land, Roger Ebert proposed rethinking how we approach remakes – or, to be more accurate, a reader did. “Rich Gallagher of Fishkill, N.Y., writes to ask why they only remake the good movies, not bad ones,” Ebert wrote. “Good films don’t require remaking, he observes, […]
Would you pay $290 for an eReader? Amazon bets that bookworms neck-deep in Amazon’s eBook market will buy the Kindle Oasis. But unless you’re rich, there are a lot of reasons why you might want to rethink that purchase. You might come to find a bone-dry Oasis. Show More Summary
Very thoughtful Ryan Pevnick review in the New Rambler of my Plutocrats United book: There are many interesting discussions in the book that should challenge readers to rethink standard liberal and conservative positions on campaign finance reform. For instance, Hasen … Continue reading ?
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump is not getting good reviews from the GOP's foreign-policy elite. Respected scholar and strategist Eliot A. Cohen wrote in the New York Times this week that Trump is a "talented demagogue" who imperils a 70-year foreign-policy consensus in Washington. The equally respected and [...]
Topic: Book Reviews Internet This would be a source of pure despair if the internet were not also enabling us to see that before it existed we never agreed about anything either. Before the net, what we read and saw was so tightly controlled by cartels of well-intentioned professionals that dissenting voices were barely heard. Show More Summary
Jason Snell, writing at Six Colors: What’s less reasonable is transmuting last year’s fair criticism into outrage that Apple hasn’t given the MacBook an immediate rethink. Given the lead time it takes to redesign hardware, the cramped...Show More Summary
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Annual performance reviews are often more like an annual headache for both managers and employees. Impraise, a startup that wants to streamline the process with a mobile app, just raised $1.6 million in seed funding. Investors include Palm Drive Ventures, China Growth Capital, and HenQ. Read More
You spend a third of your life in bed, so maybe it’s time to rethink the lumpy mattress and frayed sheets you’ve had since high school, hm? We’ve been obsessed with two sleep startups that have been getting rave reviews from consumers, celebrities, and press alike—Casper and Parachute. Show More Summary