Why we read books, part two

Peggy Noonan had some good advice to recent graduates last week about the importance of reading books. For Noonan, it is, in the end, a worthy intellectual pursuit that pays tremendous dividends in making you a better education, more human person. For those of you looking for what may be a more practical explanation of … Continue reading Why we read books, part two


Writing like a lawyer

After having to write a Cease and Desist letter recently, and dealing with the response from the not-so-happy recipient, I recalled the letter at this link. It's a great piece of writing, and something that lawyers could get away with in the 1970's. I'm not sure it would fly these days. Someone might take offense … Continue reading Writing like a lawyer