Recommended reading

Putting aside porn sites and the dark web, are we not living in an Internet “golden age” of ideas and information? Here are just a few of the excellent essays and Wikipedia entries that I randomly stumbled upon this semester:

  1. When the Worst Man in the World Writes a Masterpiece by Alvaro de Menard (22 Oct. 2020).
  2. Covid-19 as a Ramsey tax problem by Tyler Cowen (4 December 2020).
  3. On biology by James Sommers (recent but not dated, as far as I can tell).
  4. How I made a self-quoting tweet by Oisin Moran (ditto).
  5. Hanlon’s razor, via Wikipedia.
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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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4 Responses to Recommended reading

  1. I will check out the links. In terms of internet depravity I believe you forgot social media. It can be a powerful tool. It’s value can cut both ways. It can also be used for destructive purposes.

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