I had dinner and lots of good conversation last night with fellow Anglosphere enthusiasts Chris Huston (whom I first met at a meeting of the Denver Java Users Group) and Leif Smith of the Explorers Foundation (who it seems has just added a link to my essay on Zamyatin and Rand). As much as I live my life online, it's good to meet people IRL sometimes. I suppose that more and more I'm becoming "amphibious", as Jim Bennett calls it: dividing my time between the real world and the online world. It's a trend that will only gain strength in the coming years.
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