Many of these deserve a separate blog posting of their own, but I am trying to get caught up and have many things to post about, so please forgive me.
Michael Johnson on various kinds of logic. Don't forget to read the comments, too; Michael's bit about the Jains is lovely.
Adam Gorightly discusses Week 13 of the Illuminatus! online reading: "Bavarians, Beethoven and Bloodshed." You gotta read the hoax letter.
Chad Nelson on "Libertarianism As Direct Experience." Includes discussion of RAW's SNAFU principle. It's posted at the Center for a Stateless Society website; I mentioned to Chad that the center's political principles often seem pretty close to what RAW espoused. "Yea, I agree with c4ss aligning pretty closely with RAW's politics. A lot of Benjamin Tucker influence. Wish there was more of that amongst libertarians," he replied. I need to get around to reading Benjamin Tucker.
One of the perks for the Cosmic Trigger crowd funding. (See Saturday's post.)
PQ on Joseph Campbell on how to read Finnegans Wake.
Response to Michael Kinsley from Glenn Greenwald.
Is that angel holding a hot dog? Via John Merritt. (John believes the others are holding mustard and ketchup jars. But shouldn't the angel hold the hot dog rather than the bun?)
NASA releases free ebook on communicating with aliens.