At the beginning of January, lawmakers in New York …
This week marks half a year for this blog.
Physicists tell us that there is no such thing as “here” and “now.”
There is simply too much information in our environment for us to take it all in. Doing so would paralyze us.
I knew a man who emigrated from England to make a fresh start.
One of the results of media is amplification.
Our culture prizes certainty. In our adversarial political and legal systems, to admit not knowing or, worse, to admit being wrong, is perceived as the kiss of death.
The roads we travel are usually made for us.
It was the summer of 1988 during the Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea.
Labels can be a helpful shorthand: signs that tell us a lot in a glance, or a few words.