Penn Jillette talks about the magic of politics:
Is our entire political system built on this unwilling suspension of disbelief? We don’t really have a choice, so it’s sure unwilling. We know somewhere in our hearts that our political saviors are not really magic, but we so want them to be. We could bust every one of them if we just broke the rules for a moment. It’s all hanging by a very hard-to-see little thread.
A wonderful story about Richard Feynman and his dogged determination to seek rational explanations: “Here he is, describing a moment of enormous significance, and he won’t allow a Signifier.”
This looks like a solid intro guide to “travel hacking.”
Evangelical Christians armed with a bullhorn and a video camera invade Vanderbilt’s fraternity row on game day.
A nice write-up of our Houston Bols Genever launch event at Anvil in Culture Map.