Assorted Personal Notations, Essays, and Other Jottings
[BLOG] Some Saturday links
At the Broadside Blog, Caitlin Kelly promotes Greenwich Village’s Bleecker Street, in New York City, as her favourite street.
The Crux argues that the apparent existence of multiple planets capable of being broadly Earth-like argues ill for our future. (The question “where is everybody?” becomes much more worrisome if it appears that there should be people out there already.)
Cody Delistraty writes about the ways in which travel can be a negative phenomenon, unmooring people.
Edward Hugh, at A Fistful of Euros, is pessimistic about Spain’s economy.