Things I’m Verbing: CPAC crashers, gene editors and eating for money

You can’t help but click on a story titled “The Case for Becoming a Hermit” in this day and age. It’s actually a well-written book review that makes me wish it answered the questions it raises, but for my part, the response was almost ravenously quick. There are still good things out in the world,Continue reading “Things I’m Verbing: CPAC crashers, gene editors and eating for money”

Things I’m Verbing: Insurance conspiracies, gatekeeping whiteness and how linguistics could save the republic

I love getting to kick off with an announcement of new work, and I’ve been especially excited about this piece for a while. Earlier this year, while I was trying to find a psychiatrist who actually took my insurance, one doctor sighed and said that I didn’t hear it from her, but insurance companies definitelyContinue reading “Things I’m Verbing: Insurance conspiracies, gatekeeping whiteness and how linguistics could save the republic”

Things I’m Verbing: Architecture for the feet, the brain and the way we keep secrets

I have to get this out of the way: This. Lede. https://t.co/5X99I0k4ga pic.twitter.com/fuWG3wgUBf — Scott Bixby (@scottbix) May 17, 2016 Dang. These stories are still out there! Now, some stories you may have missed but shouldn’t: Real estate is more than Donald Trump and the mob. Whet Moser writing for Chicago magazine digs into the dataContinue reading “Things I’m Verbing: Architecture for the feet, the brain and the way we keep secrets”