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Shameless Self-promotion Sunday #11

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 14 years ago, in 2008, on the World Wide Web.

Happy birthday to me!

So, do you all have for me this week? Leave a link in the comments with a short description of a post you’ve written.

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  1. Natasha

    This post reminded me that I need to post more.

    Happy birthday!

  2. Mike Gogulski

    Congratulations on your latest extra-uterine orbit, Charles!

    Let’s see… I did a bit of culture damning and reacted to the intent of our betters to crack down on the dangerous practice of home birth.

  3. b-psycho

    “Kitchen Table” Radical Libertarianism

    Not sure if that’s gonna show up properly, not familiar with markdown at all.

  4. heather reddy

    i wrote [this autobiographical essay] (http://sorrytobesoheavy.com/2008/07/25/do-you-realize-what-you-sound-like/) that i think is about the conflict between deontology and virtue ethics. class, size and genders tensions, too, yo.

  5. Bob Kaercher

    Happy birthday, young man!

    I’ve got a little piece on the TSA’s latest efforts here in Chicago to keep us all safe from the grave threats posed by nipple rings, old men in wheelchairs, uppity women who dare to question authority and teenaged cancer survivors with prosthetic legs.

    I’ve also fallen a bit into the miasma of pop culture this past week, with a little review of “The Dark Knight” (and its potential appeal to anarchists on some level- in spite of the commonly misapprehended concept of “anarchy” presented in that film), and a little blurb on comics writer and anarchist Alan (“V for Vendetta”) Moore.

  6. Francois Tremblay

    I wrote the first half of a post about semantic confusions that started a lot of commenting from both sides: http://francoistremblay.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/untangling-some-semantic-confusions-part-12/

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