This blogaround brought to you by blue ink.Recommended Reading:Socchan: On String Orchestra DragonsStephanie: Getting Started in Tech's Social Justice MovementAlona: [Content Note: Racism; colonialism; ciscentrism; heterocentrism] This...Show More Summary
Neutrogena’s UltraSheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen dominated the best sunscreen voting, with more than 2000 of you giving it your nod of approval and numerous glowing recommendations in the comments. Read more...
Here are some reading recommendations for the holiday weekend (this assumes, of course, that you have already read carefully and in full each of the 3,396 posts and one book that I have spewed forth to date): Former federal prosecutor... Show More Summary
Recommended reading: Alexander Chee‘s essay “Against Wunderkinds.”
Here’s a rundown of books that prominent leaders recommend, none of which you’ll find on the business shelf.
On the list of recommended summer reads that Microsoft founder and CEO Bill Gates just posted to his personal blog, not one is a business book. The tech titan and philanthropist spent decades building one of America's biggest corporations, which make it notable that his shared summer reading list is hardly made up of business bestsellers. Show More Summary
1. For a guy who has been right about everything, Paul Krugman sure is wrong about an awful lot of things. Bob Murphy has an excellent new post which digs up lots of Krugman claims that turned out to be somewhat less then correct. Krugman, armed with his Keynesian model, came into the Great Recession […]
Billionaire Bill Gates has shared his summer book reading list, among which is included the Magic of Reality by atheist author and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins. Gates called Dawkins "one of the great scientific writers" of all time, despite what he said is his "overzealous" and "antagonistic" view of religion.
Let me say upfront that I'm not going all Oprah and starting up my very own PsychoBabble book club. However, I often recommend books that I think will be a useful 'side serve' to therapy to clients and often lend items for people toShow More Summary
Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. Click through for our picks, and tell us what you’ve been loving in the comments. … Read More
This blogaround brought to you by potatoes.Recommended Reading:TLC: [Content Note: Transphobia] Stop the Bathroom PoliceAura: Prominent Immigrant Advocate to Lead Clinton's Latino OutreachEmily: [CN: Class warfare] I Was an Undercover...Show More Summary
Recommended Reading: Millions contributor Shaj Mathew on avant-garde fiction.
You want to do an axis spin? We recommend buying a Daihatsu Charade and putting in two engines. Read more...
Can you believe it's been almost FIVE YEARS since the first National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) was released in July 2010? Read more...
Ever since she underwent a secret surgery to remove a polyp discovered after a routine screening, Barbra Streisand has insisted on regular cancer screenings and colonoscopies, but now doctors are… READ ON
Microsoft is a bookworm - and willing to share his recommendations for the summer
Jordan Grumet reads from this new book, I Am Your Doctor: and This Is My Humble Opinion. I highly recommend this poignant look at what’s it like to be a physician today. Your patients are rating you online: How to respond. Manage your online reputation: A social media guide. Find out how.
I enjoyed Peter Brown’s Through the Eye of a Needle so much that I’m now reading a book Brown highly recommended, The Inheritance of Rome: Illuminating the Dark Ages 400-1000, by Chris Wickham. I already like two things very much about Wickham’s approach: he covers the Byzantine, Islamic, and Eastern European worlds on a par […]
Recommended Reading: Laura Bogart on growing up in Baltimore.
Bob writes: I would highly recommend two books that changed the way I thought about GUI design (though I’ve read a lot of them): Jeff Johnson. GUI Bloopers. I read the first edition in book form and the second in draft form (the editor...Show More Summary