Still recovering from overeating on Thursday? Here’s a smattering of blog posts I read and liked this week, to help your digestion along.
Mark Evanier faces a moral conflict: should he (a leftie) extend to the incoming President and his administration the same courtesy and cooperation the other side (the righties) denied his side all through the last eight years? Read Turnabout
Online, we can get trapped in a bubble of people who like us and the way we think. Michael Lopp challenges us to seek critical feedback and think critically about it. Read The Likeability Feedback Loop
When he was in college, Joseph Dennis was very concerned with looking cool. Yet he found the decidedly uncool Checker Marathon — the quintessential 1970s taxi — to be oddly compelling. He photographed one rolling down the street not long ago and wrote about it for Curbside Classic. Read In-Motion Classic: 1970 (Or So) Checker Marathon – Vintage Threads
The antidote, Jennifer Bowman argues, to our tendency to fit facts to our worldview is to keep reading from sources that disagree with that worldview. It is the best way to check our biases. Read A collection of goose feathers: the antidote to bullshit
Bonus: Jennifer Bowman’s post mentions a bookstore — one that I’ve photographed!
Last updated on 6 March 2020 by Jim Grey