…profoundly embarrasses herself in The Atlantic.
An interesting discussion of the ancient play, with implications for societal response to Roe.
A history of one of the roads to tyranny.
A review of what looks like an interesting book.
[Update a while later]
Link is fixed, sorry!
I have a thread/rant over on Twitter.
Note that Jeff had a typo; he was reporting on the ongoing ASAP meeting, not “ASPA.”
A depressing assessment of the current state of affairs. Other than that, though, things are going great.
This doesn’t really surprise me. I’m not inspired by Artemis. I still consider it the Lady Ghostbusters of Apollo.
“These challenges are difficult but pale in comparison to reinventing space travel. The greatest asset that Musk brings to Twitter beyond a deep pocket and deep faith in free speech is his legendary creativity. He tends to focus on a horizon rather than the obstacles or opponents before him. Free speech remains a horizonal ideal but one that is attainable for someone with unflagging commitment and creativity. This could be the ultimate “moon shot” for Musk to bring free speech back to the Internet.”