Jeff goes old school: ... the primary tools are still paper and pen. My preference is still quality over quantity… Do click on the Doonesbury cartoon to see the whole thing. Trudeau is a bit of a genius.
From Scott Adams' blog: The creator of Dilbert is also a pioneer of "trigger warnings." Read his just for the fun of it. In the same place, you will find this addition to the gun violence debate: "So let me state my position as clearly as possible: I am pro-data." Followed by this truism: "And the data is incomplete."
Bits and Pieces: Weighing in nicely on the "grammar police."
From Cultural Offering comes two posts offering wisdom and guidance: "A good agenda is poetry." and "a key secret to success in life is to NEVER be a victim."
Nicholas Bate expands his vision of the Future: The latest installment here. My favorite from his second installment is: #4. Catch 22 is implemented. If you want to be a politician you are clearly not suitable and can't become one.