Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Reading Rat - June 2020

How to Calculate Your Printer’s Cost per Page, by Eric Stowell, LD Blog

How the Pandemic Is Clouding the Hop’s Future: As the coronavirus cuts into the Milwaukee streetcar’s ridership, it also raises long-term questions about changing transit habits, by Larry Sandler, Milwaukee Magazine

Radiation Politics in a Pandemic: Why is Covid-19 science making us more partisan? by Taylor Dotson, The New Atlantis

What’s The Correct Way To Organize Your Bookshelf? Debate Club feature at FiveThirtyEight

As progressive icons fall, Madison feels the pain and heaviness of history, by Ruth Conniff, Wisconsin Examiner

The Architecture of Servitude and Boredom, by Russell Kirk, The Russell Kirk Center

Our Bookless Future, by Mark Bauerlein, review of Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in the Digital World, by Maryanne Wolf, and What We Talk About When We Talk About Books: The History and Future of Reading, by Leah Price, Claremont Review of Books

Catastrophism and Control, by Theodore Dalrymple, review of Épidémies: vrais dangers et fausses alertes, by Didier Raoult, and The Rules of Contagion: Why Things Spread—and Why They Stop, by Adam Kucharski, First Things


Guide to Events Summer 2020, Franklin Public Library, Franklin, Wisconsin

Great Conversation Reading Group, Current Reading from the Ten Years Reading Plan in Great Books of the Western World:
July, Faust, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Part I;
August, Principles of Psychology, by William James, Ch. VIII-X;

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