I'm next on the waitlist for Communication
Torts. Cross your fingers for me. Only one more person needs to
Posted after CrimPro [ /law ]
Look at this
page carefully. Note that in the "Course Format" section, he states
that PowerPoint slides will be available on the web soon after class.
Nothing there yet, even though we're done with two days of class now.
Somehow, I doubt that this is the professor's fault; I have a sneaky
suspicion that somewhere out there is some computer geek who's been tasked
with "building a website" that is the keymaster to all available out
there. And he hasn't gotten around to uploading them, yet. Maybe I'm
wrong; I actually think that secretaries can upload stuff. But why not
give professors ftp access to the webserver? Or if they do have it, why
not explain to them how the heck it works? OK, short answer -- law
professors are as tech-illiterate as the rest of the world. Forget I
Posted after Crim Pro. [ /computers ]
about a generic blog. What can I say, I'm not a design guy. My
brother says he'll design a template for me if I want...
These are the sites that I read the most:
instapundit (like many, many
OK, OK, so I'm biased. Big deal.
Arts & Letters Daily
The best dang writing on the web, period. (At least it was, when I
set up this blog 4 years ago.)
(especially the Bleat)
Eject! Eject! Eject!
Worse Than Failure
Balkin (when I want to get mad)
Volokh & Co. (I like Phillipe the best) (where did he go, anyway?)
Some Harvard graduate who happens to be totally hilarious.
Other interesting political commentary
(and what happened to him, too?)
Best of the Web
(What the heck happened to him, anyway?)
Viva El Birdos
I used to read all the time, but rarely visit anymore
New York Press
Marvelous ways to waste an afternoon
Travels with Samantha (rated PG-13)
The Institute of
The Fabulous Ruins of
Insultingly Stupid Movie Physics
The Tolkien Sarcasm Page