Interesting things found on the Web
Because that's what blogs are all about, right?
1. The subprime crisis is explained in rudimentarily-drawn web comic form.
2. John Gray writes on "The Atheist Delusion" in The Guardian.
A great deal of modern thought consists of secular myths - hollowed-out religious narratives translated into pseudo-science. Dennett's notion that new communications technologies will fundamentally alter the way human beings think is just such a myth.3. Here is a big, comprehensive superdelegate tracker.
4. Wikipedia reports on Greek philosopher Diogenes of Sinope.
Diogenes scorned not only family and political social organization, but property rights and reputation. The most shocking feature of his philosophy is his rejection of normal ideas about human decency. Exhibitionist and philosopher, Diogenes is said to have eaten (and, once, masturbated) in the marketplace, urinated on some people who insulted him, defecated in the theatre, and pointed at people with his middle finger.Also, be sure to periodically check my list of links on the right; you never know when I'll have added something new that will strike your fancy.