Tightrope: music
Many Moons: music
I Am, I Be: interview

Undercover Report from Foxconn's Hell Factory
Harvard Faker Was 'Sententious, Crypto-Tendentious,' and Pre-Law: comment
The 4 Hour Work Week: book
The Blog of Tim Ferriss
How We Became a Society of Gluttonous Junk Food Addicts
"It's adult baby food."
Brace Yourself: This is the Tip of the Iceberg for Oil-Induced Enviro Catastrophes
Where Did Wall St. Get the Attitude That it Deserved to Rip Us Off?
"But it is wrong to see the financial crash of 2008 as an isolated phenomenon of Wall Street rapacity. On the contrary. The mentality behind the financial crisis—that making money is the top priority, and that those who can may do whatever they wish to make more of it—permeates every corner of the top reaches of American society. And even if it can be argued that this attitude was tolerable while the U.S. economy was growing, it will clearly tear this society apart if we have now entered an era of prolonged economic stagnation or even decline. For if so, more for those at the top means less for everyone else—including cardiac care which can determine whether one lives or dies."