Daily Archives: October 16, 2018

Blame It On Intersectionality

When I was in graduate school, I remember hearing a story from one of my professors who taught a class on intellectual property law about how he had worked for an engineering firm for several years and had pretended to … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: En Vogue

When one is looking at the greatest pop/rock acts to have never had a #1 despite multiple top 10 hits, there are a few obvious contenders.  One of them, Credence Clearwater Revival, was an obvious choice for induction into the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Scribbled In The Dark: Poems

Scribbled In The Dark:  Poems, by Charles Simic Again, as someone who is very familiar with the writing of noted contemporary poets [1], I found much in this book to enjoy.  To be sure, the poems in this book have … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lunatic: Poems

The Lunatic:  Poems, by Charles Simic It is hard to know what the author means in his title.  Given the generally symbolic nature of the author’s poetry [1], something that is pretty easy to understand, who exactly is the author … Continue reading

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