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Write Side: Facebook Won’t Change The World

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In Praise of Contrarians?

Of course, you deserve to be reading some items from the New York Times, right? This gem comes from a review of Max Beerbohm, a man I have rarely encountered, but just might have to pick up his selected essays … Continue reading

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