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Thursday, November 09, 2006


Jobs aren't the problem, writes Ian Frazier in the New Yorker. Books are.

I resent this disparagement of books, actually. I have thousands of books at home -- yes, I haven't read some of them, and yes, the partner's always complaining -- but they are of immense use to me. Let us consider some ways in which they bring value to my life:

And there are many more, but I'm sleepy, and in the middle of a conference -- I think people imagine I'm diligently taking notes -- so I'll revisit this subject some other day. Or, um, maybe not.
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