Wednesday, January 01, 2014

apolitical xpostfactoid

No one is political all the time. Looking back at 2013's posts, I note that about I seem to indulge in a post that doesn't directly engage the policy or politics of the day a bit more than once a month.  Below, a handful that I'd hope might engage at least a handful of readers. A somewhat longer list after the jump. Happy New Year!

A companion list to The Atlantic's "50 Greatest Inventions" 10/25
A Pooh guide to blogging 7/15
Poor infrastructure breeds its own etiquette 6/2
Kierkegaard, Julian, Obama 5/5
As God gave him to see the right  3/4


The year in not-politics (full list)


The End of the End of History? 12/12

"People analytics" should lead to better pay in all jobs 11/28

C.S. Lewis: Joymongerer, democrat by default 11/24

Joy Eludes the Archbishop (Lewisian joy, that is)  11/4

A companion list to The Atlantic's "50 Greatest Inventions" 10/25

Twas the Night Before Shutdown (complete) 10/17*

Reading Oryx and Crake in the time of debt ceiling brinksmanship 10/9

Detroit's destruction began in its heyday 8/12

A Pooh guide to blogging 7/15

Poor infrastructure breeds its own etiquette 6/2

Kierkegaard, Julian, Obama 5/5

Of consumer cathedrals and Catholic capitalists 5/1

Peace at Antietam, Carnage in Copley Square 4/16

Alyssa Rosenberg's complaints about Romeo and Juliet are ageless 4/11

As God gave him to see the right  3/4

The xpostfactoid service employee mandate 2/6


* This one is hardly apolitical, but it gets a papal dispensation because it's in verse

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