Category Archives: Blogging

Modafinil Is The Official Drug Of The Rationalist Movement

The New York Times has finally published its long boring piece on Slate Star Codex and its psychiatrist author, Scott Alexander Suskind. That led me to revisit the blog and its new substack and to realize that Modafinil, a wonderful … Continue reading

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Making Friends Online

Justin Murphy blogs: The best way to build community and make friends on the internet is to treat all internet interlocutors as if they are real humans in a real-life, local village. If you do this, over time many people … Continue reading

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The Second Golden Age of Blogging

Justin Murphy writes: If the First Golden Age of Blogging saw the blog as a public amplifier of creative, intellectual talent ensconced in professional careers, today we are living through a Second Golden Age of Blogging, where the blog is … Continue reading

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From Blogosphere to Vlogosphere

Anatoly Karlin writes: times the views as writing out a more labor intensive and K-selected blog post. The Alt Right child prodigy “soph” – recently profiled by Mr. Bernstein – is currently just shy of a million subscribers on YouTube. … Continue reading

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Mommy Bloggers, #MeToo, & The Incel Threat

* An Open Letter to John Brennan * NYT: ‘A French Novelist Imagined Sexual Dystopia. Now It’s Arrived.’ * From People magazine: Author Kelly Oxford, Who Started #NotOkay, Claims Her Ex-Husband Once Threw a Phone at Her Head Kelly Oxford … Continue reading

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