No editors? No problem! Except that…

France's most famous intellectual revealed to be inept Googler. From the Times of London: When France’s most dashing philosopher took aim at Immanuel Kant in his latest book, calling him “raving mad” and a “fake”, his observations were greeted with the usual adulation. To support his attack, Bernard-Henri Lévy — a showman-penseur known simply byContinue reading “No editors? No problem! Except that…”

Too Busy for Beauty

Would passers-by notice if one of the greatest violinists in the world today worked the street in Washington, D.C.? Today the Washington Post magazine runs a fascinating piece by Gene Weingarten called Pearls Before Breakfast to find out. The answer, essentially, is "no." But there were a couple of exceptions. One was a former violinist:Continue reading “Too Busy for Beauty”