Here are some of my links: (Hit the reload/refresh button to see if there have been any recent changes!)
Here are the philosophy resource links, on a separate page.
The New York Times is still worthwhile.
Arts and Letters Daily is a good portal to many magazines, newspapers, and journals of varying content and persuasion.
Want to know EXACTLY what time it is? Consult the atomic clock at the US Naval Observatory.
Political (magazines, think-tanks, organizations):
The Institute for Humane Studies – students check here for scholarships and internships (or see me)
What's the deal with Guy Fawkes Day?
People (web pages and blogs):
James Otteson’s site
William Irwin’s site
Mark T. Conard's site
Bryan Caplan’s site
Steven Horwitz’s site
Lester Hunt’s site
Wendy McElroy’s site
Randy Barnett's site
Diana Hsieh's blog
Stephan Kinsella’s blog
Lynne Kiesling's blog
Eugene Volokh (Volokh Conspiracy) blog
Liberty and Power group blog
Aristos, an on-line journal of the arts and the philosophy of art.
Very "useful" and entertaining Internet Movie Database.
Thousands of .wav files are available for download at this great site: The Daily Wave
All of Shakespeare's plays on line, with hypertext links to things of scholarly interest.
The Onion, “America’s Finest News Source.”
Custom-built solid-body guitars and basses from Ron Blake Guitars - highly recommended.
Complete Sherlock Holmes resource
Check back from time to time to see new links.
This "Skoble news area" is not me, nor, as far as I know, anyone related to me, but I got a kick out of seeing it.
States I have lived in:
Lydia getting a head start
Lydia thinks this is a good anthology!
(Ok, I guess I
should remove the "new" tag, seeing as how those pix are six years old.
The girls are 13 and 10 now, and I realize I need to upload some newer pix.
Bear with me!)
(Ok, I guess I should remove the "new" tag, seeing as how those pix are six years old. The girls are 13 and 10 now, and I realize I need to upload some newer pix. Bear with me!)