Monthly Archives: April 2007

Recognizing crazy

The conversations are everywhere: Should NBC have aired Cho Seung-Hui’s video? The concerns that the public airing encourages copycats are compelling, although for anyone predisposed to be “inspired” by such a thing, the murders themselves could likely have been enough. … Continue reading

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Stoned and complicit

I’m enjoying Sixty Days and Counting by Kim Stanley Robinson, (also author of the delightful Escape From Kathmandu), although not as much as the first two books in the climatic disaster series, Forty Signs of Rain and Fifty Degrees Below. … Continue reading

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