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Recommended Reading

Top Billing! Although it may be bad form to cite blogs I am part of here, they just happened to mesh together thematically on thinking historically on the same day. These are really good, meaty posts that complement one another well even though they come from the Left and the Right. John Jay’s post will also interest those concerned with 4GW:

Progressive Historians (Jeremy Young) – Historians and the Gospel of Professionalism and Toward a “History that Does Work in the World”

Chicago Boyz ( John Jay) The MSM Misses the Bout: Part I , The MSM Misses the Bout: Part II and The MSM Misses the Bout: Part III

I am going to have to go back later and add comments at the site when I’ve finished writing my own posts tonight.

Jamais Cascio –  Singularities Enough, and Time ( Hat tip to John Robb)

Subsingularity is cool too.

Swedish Meatballs Confidential …..is back in “not safe for work” business.

In Harmonium Notes towards a theory of Information Opeations (IO) and Structure and Function in Information Operations

Kinda theory-heavy but without some deep thought and conversation, terms like IO will continue function primarily as conceptual “magic cloud” umbrellas that obscure more differences than they reveal.


Please note the comment by networks expert Valdis Krebs

Soob What to do about Zimbabwe? Nothing.

There would be a certain innoculation effect here in Zimbabweans against future cretinous “Big Man” nationalism.

Eide Neurolearning BlogOut of the Box Thinking

This cliche has physical analogs

AFJFrom red to green The rise of jihadism in Russia by DMITRY SHLAPENTOKH

That’s it!


Late add here, very good piece by Michael Tanji:

Haft of the Speardeeper than technology


I’m in good company.

4 Responses to “Recommended Reading”

  1. Lexington Green Says:

    "…it may be bad form to cite blogs I am part of…"

    It is not.

    Citing to other people’s posts, if they are good, and may be of interest to your readers here, cannot be bad form, no matter where they appear.

    So sayeth Lex.

  2. Jeremy Young Says:

    Thanks for the links as always.  To the readers, I’m not quite sure why ZP recommended the first of my pieces — it’s far from my best work.  I’m pretty proud of the second one though.  If you only have time to read one of mine, skip the first one, eh?

  3. Jay@Soob Says:

    Thank you much, Sage pundit of Zen.

  4. John Jay Says:

    Thanks for the link. I’m not totally happy with Part III, as I have a lot more to say about Russia and the Tredgedy of the Commons after the Cold War. But I gotta eat, ya know?

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