First: oil can, a hymn, and feedback, including a discussion of the web and so-called social obligations. Is a hot dog a sandwich, and is it murder if your group of trapped spelunkers decides, unanimously, to draw lots and eat the loser? We end this part of the conversation (part two next episode and part three at a later date) there, just by asking the second question.
This show’s links:
- Vienna Teng, The Hymn of Acxiom (“Leave your life open. You don’t have to hide. . . . Let our formulas find your soul.”)
- About Acxiom
- Peter Bright, Bob Ross Coming Back to Twitch with Weekly Broadcasts and Annual Marathons
- Shia LaBeouf’s #ALLMYMOVIES
- Hold Up!
- Oral Argument 45: Sacrifice
- Sindell v. Abbott Laboratories (DES litigation imposing liability based on market share without regard to individual proof of causation)
- William Baude pronouncing his name in what is also a fascinating talk on originalism
- Oral Argument 80: We’ll Do It LIVE!
- About the Lynx browser
- Judge John Hodgman’s settled law and print
- Oral Argument 70: No Drones in the Park (guest Frank Pasquale)
- Oliver Wendell Holmes, The Path of the Law