Recent interview with Larry Lessig.
For now, the definitive dissection of Michael Bellesiles's Arming America. (Forthcoming in the Yale Law Journal, 268K Adobe .pdf file.) The definitive account of Prof. Bellesile's psychology still awaits. (But we may get it pretty soon; supposedly, in the next few days, Emory will announce the findings of its investigation.)
Gene Weingarten has solved one of life's enduring mysteries: how can no-stick cooking spray have zero calories? (Hint: the answer involves the good ol' federal government.)
Some people say D.C. should be a state so there's no "taxation without representation." Ben Domenech has a better idea: remove D.C.'s federal taxation.
Dahlia Litwack says, "Don't go to law school: But if you must, take my advice."
British guy is providing ". . . a complete record of what it's like to take an MBA at a top business school [Oxford's Said B-School] from application to graduation" at the MBA Experience.
A whole lot of IRS PCs have gone missing. So have ones belonging to the Customs Service. So have ones belonging to the Justice Department. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa cracks, "I'm worried that just as dryers have a knack of making socks disappear, the federal government has discovered a core competency of losing computers."
Interesting follow-up on the Princeton-hacked-into-Yale's-Website story.
Nice article on the "Montaigne fallacy."
Scientist discovers the best way to dunk a donut.