Blogs I Follow
- A visit to Bougounam library in #Burkina Faso
- I have evolved to a proud Type 3.7 Stata user, but know that still has problems
- Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
- What an unfortunate example to use to explain reverse correlation technique in social psychology
- Great article by Emily Oster and Geoffrey Kocks on vaccination in California
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Category Archives: Personal Kevane life
My sister reminded me of what these are called. We had been talking about flying on the upper deck of 747 or Airbus… how for our generation that was “the future” and then of course these are “the past.”
Went with Elliot last night. Very enjoyable given the context. I really liked his arrangement of Blowin’ in the Wind. He mostly played current stuff, and some standards.
Thinking about today’s selfie generation. There are very few of me at college until the final semester of senior year and the summer that followed. I actually do not think I have ever seen a photo of myself during the … Continue reading
I visited the museum today. Spooky to think that somewhere in South Africa are distant relatives of mine. One of our grandmother’s uncles (something like that) emigrated here in the 1880s, along with 30,000 others from Kaunas. The Jewish Museum … Continue reading
It always surprises me how on week days I run with an inequality-outraged, save-the-planet crowd, who the on weekends rush off to “Oscar parties” to unreflexively participate in… something. That’s the thing: for me, the something is an envy-unhappiness-inducing corporate … Continue reading
Henry Kevane’s (my brother!) firm announced that he has become a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. He will be inducted on March 13, 2015 in Washington DC. From the American College of Bankruptcy website: Fellows are extended an … Continue reading
Justice Scalia might have a different objection. “I’m a snoot,” he once said. “Snoots are those who are nit-pickers for the mot juste, for using a word precisely the way it should be used,” he explained. Professor Hasen, on the … Continue reading