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Shameless Self-promotion Sunday

It’s Sunday. Everybody get Shameless.

You know what the day is; and you know that Shamelessness is the reason for the season. So, what have you been up to this week? Write anything? Leave a link and a short description for your post in the comments. Or fire away about anything else you might want to talk about.


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  1. aretae


    I’ve been identifying as a left-libertarian for about a year now, and I think my head’s finally screwed on sinister enough that I’d love to participate here.

    Commenting on War…I talk virtue ethics, anti-war and the hashshashin

  2. James

    Well, this isn’t from this week and its no longer Sunday so I’m kinda breaking the rules but I recently finished an introductory critique of our friends on the statist-left,


  3. Jeremy Weiland


    A conversation we had a year or two ago about universality of ethics stuck with me and I ended up writing up something that finally addresses some of the points you were making. I’d love your take on it when you get a chance.


    Also this one, which tries to argue that the anarcho-pluralism is the best means to an egalitarian, just, and free society:


    I’ve been working on a content management system backed by MongoDB in my freelance work and it’s pretty fun. It’s a document database, so there’s no schema – it just stores stuff that looks like JSON and is pretty fast. You can embed records in other records, leading to some neat ways of structuring data (for instance, put all the comments inside the blog post record, because you rarely need the comments unless you’re already accessing the blog).

  4. Jad Davis

    I wasn’t at work today, so it feels like Sunday. I’ve got podcasts ongoing at http://bikecast.jad-davis.com the latest are on Ivan Ilich’s concept of a “war on subsistence,” commonalities between arguments for god and those for the state, and returning moral agency to soldiers.

    I thought to post here as I’ve been using the hell out of your wordpress footnote plugin. It’s fantastic, thanks for providing it–I’m chucking some loot your way.

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