These articles left a great impression on me.
I watched a show on PBS once about traffic jams persisting long after accidents dissapear, but this analysis is greater and more fun to read. :)
An intersting analysis of Chess Computers, it's not all about Deep Blue.
Making a very good case for free markets precisely when most people think that governments are essential!
A past we could still learn a lot from. Great points, including why representative forms of government are flawed.
Selfishness, Materialism, Impersonalism and Individualism, Economic Power, ... and a conclusion written for Christians.
It took a while, but most of my email anxieties have eventually be relieved. It is nice to see someone empathize and lucidly explain the problem.
I'm not quite a great hacker, but this made a lot of sense to me. How many times have I worked hard at creating some framework or abstraction in Java just to realize that I have done something that would have been trivial in many scripting languages.
A little more than most people want to know about motor oil. While I think his logic is very good, it leaves you wondering why everyone seems to offer very different advice than this?
I do favor the idea of spreading the ideals of libertarinism versus electing people.
While I am not jewish (I am X-Christian), this paper probably helped my ascent to mental freedom greatly.
These are just fun!
This site has a lot more detail than the simple diagrams that most people have probably already seen, details about many more parts than you would imagine existed. They really were quite well engineered these engines! Awesome internal pictures.