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Babel No More sold!

I’m ecstatic to report that Babel No More, my book about hyperpolyglots, has been sold to Free Press/Simon & Schuster; I’ll be working with Hilary Redmon, who’s published a number of neuroscience books and is interested in things language and who has also worked with Richard Dawkins and Daniel Tammett (who appears in the book). …

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Chicago Manual of Style, Reviewed

I wrote a review of the 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style for Design Observer, pointing out how thoroughly they’ve departed from their bookish bibliocentrism and embraced, as never before, the digital reality. Apparently I noticed some things that no one had seen before, such as this fact: The words “electronic,” “software,” “technologies,” …

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The Dream Job Project

Over at Design Observer, my Dream Job Project was recently launched. In this first post, I invited people to post the concrete aspects of the work they do or the work they want to do. Later I’m going to boil down this input into a set of parameters that would serve as the outlines of …

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Easy Chair Millionaire.

So plagiarism is in the air; the NY Times Easy Chair Millionaire. caught the bug (with a reasonably nuanced nondemonization of the perpetrators) the other day, with an article that’s, at this writing, the most emailed. Or maybe they stole the idea from me — my essay for The Morning News, “Cheater, Cheater,” burned up …

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At Real Art Ways


Last week I appeared with Ammon Shea at Real Art Ways in Hartford, Connecticut, reading and talking about books. (He talked about his, me mine. Maybe next time we can swap.) His is a word book: he spent a year reading the Oxford English Dictionary. But it’s not a word book like a lexicographer would …

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