Top Ten for June 7, 2021
What the Tulsa Race Massacre Destroyed
The Brazilianization of the World
Can Elites Start the Climate Revolution?
Another great art exegesis by the NYT, this time on Morisot
People for the Ethical Treatment of Reinforcement Learners via the excellent NYT interview promoting The Alignment Problem
Wittgenstein’s experience as a teacher may have determined his later work
Are We Entering a New Political Era?
The Man Who Put Out Fires with Music
America’s Scarcity Mindset
Fassbinder’s Berlin Alexanderplatz – prefigures Twin Peaks for me: dreamlike tone, emotionally labile (swerving between horrific and saccharine), every character in some ways is reprehensible, baffling mystical conclusion, drags on insufferably in parts but unforgettable