Weekly Reading Roundup: Why You’ve All Been Typing Wrong
This week, we’ve got some particularly interesting reads. The title of this post comes from an article about why there should only be one period after a sentence.
A favorite blog of mine, Scriptorium Daily, has a good post by Fred Sanders about Nietzsche, and why you should care about him instead of just ignoring him.
We’ve all done it. At some point or another, we’ve used Wikipedia, either for research or to find sources. This post explains why that isn’t a bad thing, and why we should actually keep doing it.
This is a post that may not be of interest to everyone, but it might give some insight into the sort of schooling that Nathan Bennett and myself received. It was written by a fellow student and good friend, Fernando Rojas.
This last link is sort of a ‘fun’ link, but only if you are willing to be a little dangerous. Not something I’ve ever done, but would like to someday attempt.
Well, that wraps it up for this week. Happy reading!