Nothing In The News, Right?
I mean, our government's not planning nuclear strikes against Iran, is it?
Despite these days being some of the most newsworthy ever, end-of-term/college work has kept me from blogging. I can't promise it'll resume with any regularity until all this shit is done---and what I'm staring at, while not quite as bad as a 90 page senior essay over the course of a week, is pretty intimidating. [N.B. A revised version of a couple of sections of the essay are forthcoming in the Yale Philosophy Review, under the thrilling title, "Objects, Worms, and Slices in 3 and 4D. It's about eminent domain--ed.]
The blogroll's been updated a bit: Print Culture, a blog Jeremy has been telling me about for a while, is on the list (they picked up that Carly Simon's paradox thing in a sidebar on the right); also, a really good blog called Empire Falls.
UPDATE: Speaking of news, I see that my semi-celebrity neighbor, Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, has passed away.
Anyway, when things get back into full swing, May-ish, there may be some big changes, maybe even a switch to typepad.