I'm still doing the house-full-of-visitors thing (and enjoying myself immensely, by the way). I expect to be mostly offline for several more days, at least. (You should try it sometime. Slow down and smell the roses, and all that jazz. :)
In the meantime, may I suggest:
Via A Circle of Quiet, here's a wonderful write-up on things Shakespeare - especially the art of introducing people to Shakespeare - over at Mental Multivitamin.
Over at Charis Connection, Angela Hunt discusses zipping the lip of your inner critic, and more. (This post has a nice Fred Rogers story. Yes, that Fred Rogers. He had to learn how to be a good neighbor, too, you know.)
And, of course, the Saturday Review of Books is up at Semicolon.
Greg Mankiw on Free Trade - (Don Boudreaux) TweetGreg Mankiw’s recent New York Times column offers an excellent summary of some recent research on international trade. And I love his...
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