I’ve just discovered another namesake. The last one I stumbled across appeared to own a tank. This Andrew Munro is merely a very talented photographer. Check him out, here.
“With close-packed branches and with leaves heaped up and laid sloping they contrived a drainage for even the heaviest rains. Beneath such dwellings, they lived, but they lived in peace. A thatched roof once covered free men; under marble and gold dwells slavery.” Lucius Annaeus Seneca (Seneca the Younger) (c. 4 BC – AD 65), […]
“Do you know, know, know what it’s like To be searchin’ in your own time? All your attempting, experimenting, all on the climb Do you know, know, know what it’s like To be searching and suddenly find All your illusion, all your confusion, all left behind?” How Does It Feel? (Holder, Lea), Slade With all […]
An interesting summary of Nudge Theory from the CIPR’s Influence magazine, here.
“Strategy is the art of making use of time and space. I am less chary about the latter than of the former; space we can recover, time never.” Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 – 1821) (via Execupundit’s Michael Wade)
Not that we’d be so juvenile as to curse those who stand in our way, but there are moments when these would be handy, courtesy of Execupundit: May they form a coalition. … May they place their faith in what worked before. … May they have many goals. Print out and keep the full list […]
Eamonn Butler, at the Adam Smith Institute, discusses the increasing influence of Ayn Rand 35 years after her death.