In this clip, Martin Amis talks about his novel Money. “It’s about choices, isn’t it?”
You’d bail out a stranger accused of gun-smuggling if he worked for the same company as you, right?
After deconstructing the first words I ever heard the man speak, I would use terms such as “intellectually dishonest,” “easily bruised” and “contents under pressure” to describe Chris Hedges.
Rick Perry has outdone himself.
Some readers of Amanda Marcotte’s Slate piece think it’s silly to criticise a show about zombies for scientific inaccuracy. Are they right?
Say what you want about Richard Dawkins, but don’t tell me he skirts questions like Senator Fielding
(Essay for MM3B03 @ McMaster). Not quite a decade ago, the internet was very much understood to be about people getting connected to websites of special interest, business, or both. These sites had very little in the way of interactivity, and so the web was perceived to be, by and large, a static environment…