The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Friday, September 07, 2012
SELF-PROMOTION: Articles I've published since I last bothered to update this blog...

• "
'Doonesbury' will get out anyway" (Newsday, March 15, 2012)

• "The Mad Dream of a Libertarian Dictatorship" (Reason Online, July 17, 2002)

• "Later-Day Acceptance" (Reason, August/September 2012)

• "Remixing Muhammed" (Reason, October 2012 -- not online yet, but available on newsstands)

Plus a whole bunch of blog posts on Hit & Run, on such topics as Alabama Public Television, old-time rumors of cannibalism, the neighborhood power movement, the Sikh temple shooting, the death of Alexander Cockburn, the jihad against Google Books, the death of Gore Vidal, the latest Sight & Sound survey, the rise of Paul Ryan, the anniversary of Ruby Ridge, and Clint Eastwood's speech at the recent Republican convention, among other subjects. And mucho tweeting.

Mostly I've been working on the paranoia book. Ten chapters down, two to go. The finish line nears.


posted by Jesse 9:18 PM
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