My Archives: September 2002
Monday, September 30, 2002
The commitment to explore my own harassment rather than ignore it is already leading to interesting encounters. [more]
Posted by mac @ 09:35 AM EST [Link]
Saturday, September 28, 2002
The last few weeks have been interesting. The blog has suffered from neglect because of a sharp shift in the focus of my writing away from politics onto more personal matters. The shift springs from several factors intersecting at the same time.
Posted by mac @ 12:48 PM EST [Link]
Wednesday, September 25, 2002
Admin update: The audio of Wendy's talk "Scrapping NOW: Time to Redefine Feminism", given at the National Coalition of Free Men 2002 conference, is now available on-line from the Men's Hour site. This is an MP3 file (4.7 MB) and can be played online or downloaded to play later.
Audio from other conference speakers is also on-line at the Men's Hour.
Posted by admin @ 09:37 AM EST [Link]
Admin update: The Knowledge Products audio cassette series can now be ordered on-line. See the links on the left side of the home page.
Posted by admin @ 09:20 AM EST [Link]
Tuesday, September 3, 2002
A gracious good morning to all.
I will be spending the next few days doing the final proofing and indexing on "The Debates of Liberty", which is due out in November from Lexington Books, a division of Rowman & Littlefield.
The essay "Intellectual Property: Copyright and Patent in Liberty" can be read online as a sample chapter.
Well...back to it.
Posted by mac @ 10:05 AM EST [Link]
Monday, September 2, 2002
Tomorrow I will return to politics, complete with URLs, proper indignation, and demands for civil liberties.
Today...Labor Day, tho' I may be technically incorrect in calling it so...I think of my father. [more]
Posted by mac @ 10:12 AM EST [Link]
Sunday, September 1, 2002
Thank goodness it is September...when things start slowing down a tad.
Not that it hasn't fun. On Friday, Brad & I sojourned to the Stratford Festival (Stratford, Ontario) to see two more plays: the musical, "My Fair Lady"; and, the one-man play, "The Lunatic, The Lover, and The Poet." (We punctuated the performances with our usual picnic on a bank of the Avon River, watching the swans, gulls, and ducks circle by in hope of being tossed bread.) [more]
Posted by mac @ 12:01 PM EST [Link]
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