Author Archives: Fred I. Lee
All the fury over wearing a mask in commercial spaces is suggestive of the need to judge certain feelings invalid and whole swathes of experiences false.
Specialization, expertise, and professionalism are valuable as technical and economic ideals. Generality, commonsense, and amateurism are the corresponding intellectual and political ideals.
Every so often, though, I find myself making a mental note to stay off this one’s shitlist. Just in case the revolution comes.
Rich people screaming eat the rich.
It imagines that personal failing is the only reason not to increase your value as human capital.
Keep your microaggressive, passive-aggressive co-workers even closer.
Are you writing for your peers or for our future?