We are born as remixes of our parents. We all learn through copying at first. It is via copies that our life's work is preserved, because no original can last forever.
But unseen barriers do
Roland Kelts wonders whether Japan-style stagnation would really be so bad in the west.
On the power of archives, Herman Miller, and process
My 8 year old son, Griffin, just published a fantasy novel
The set of the 1960s Western was awash in toxic masculinity, fragile egos, and gastrointestinal distress
There are very few opportunities in life to have it both ways; semicolons are the rare instance in which you can; there is absolutely no downside.
On Cooking, Rosh Hashanah, and Inhabiting a Fictive World