Ulysses at 100: why Joyce was so obsessed with the perfect blue cover (The Conversation)
“Context is that which is scarce” (Marginal Revolution)
I had sensed this in training modules, but couldn’t quite put my finger on it. A good instructor, apart from presentation skills, should also provide just the right amount (sic) of context.
America’s Long War on Cancer: What Was It Good For? (Bloomberg)
Some tidbits of context for things Vishnu wrote about here.
The Price of Nails since 1695: A Window into Economic Change (Journal of Economic Perspectives)
Yes, Let’s Call ‘Beijing’ Peking (National Review)
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“Yes, Let’s call ‘Beijing’ Peking”: Do U.S. restaurant menus presently offer Beijing Duck?