Kay Steiger

Jennifer Egan Is Awesome: Links

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  • This profile of Jennifer Egan is kind of amazing. [The Paris Review]
  • Rick Perlstein’s piece on Betty Ford reminds me that I really need to get around to reading Nixonland. [New York Times]
  • Speaking of Betty Ford, Sarah Seltzer wonders how we got from her to Marcus Bachmann. It’s a really good question. [The Sisterhood]
  • How participants and researchers feel about the Stanford prison study 40 years later. [Stanford Magazine]
  • OMG, you guys. Can you believe the First Lady, who’s busy telling kids they should not be so fat, ate 1,556 calories at Shake Shack? I can. Thanks, Michelle. [Washington Post]
  • If one guy can use $1 million to create a low-cost, widely accessible university, what does that say about universities that make that add that much to their endowment every three hours? [Ed Sector]
  • Via my pal Erin Polgreen, this is the best written guide to learning about how the Internet works that I’ve ever read. [Andy Boyle]
  • Apparently they’re making an Evil Dead 4. Fun fact: I once read Bruce Campbell’s autobiography. It’s about as entertaining as you think it might be. [SFX]

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July 12, 2011 at 5:59 PM

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  1. Thanks for linking to my essay! I appreciate it.

    Andy Boyle

    July 12, 2011 at 7:10 PM

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