Haven't used this advice yet, but it could come in handy some day: "The Ultimate Consumerist Guide to Fighting Back".
The Door is pleased to present its most important link ever.
Here's the ultimate resolution to the debate about whether big government or the market is better: Washington Post reporter Anne Applebaum asks--and answers--"Where Did All Those Gorgeous Russians Come From?"
The art of a good columnist: an entertaining meditation on the modern world set off by a broken shoelace.
Kinda obvious but still interesting: the Net is good for introverts.
Your U.S. Congress at work. (As Thomas Sowell asked recently, since McCain-Feingold, have you noticed any lessened effect of money on politics?)
Seemingly balanced Washington Post piece on the weird phenomenon that is "Morgellons disease". After reading it, I lean toward believing there is a significant psychological component, but the article seems to raise some reasonable questions.
A nice profile of Woody Allen, a man who describes himself as "the luckiest guy in the world".
My father used to say--quoting somebody, I forget who--that the harder he worked, the luckier he got.
This article prompts me to think of Dana Carvey doing Johnny Carson: "This is some weird, wacky stuff."
People don't die because their cells are deprived of oxygen; they die when the oxygen returns.