Sites I like
Humorous renderings of major figures in the history of philosophy.
Finally, a use for that darned cartoon.
Dual (occasionally dueling) essays, weekly until Becker’s death in 2014. Models of clarity, argument, and making you wonder where they find the time.
Just a really neat site.
Another really neat site.
A well-researched and colorfully written essay giving a history of Wescoe Hall, which it calls “truly unlovely to behold.” The picture above shows how the building was originally designed to look.
These 15 columns are very nicely done.
I’m only beginning to learn about this, but it seems like a great idea, and I’m using it to refer to the online locations of my publications, when I can. The system is discussed in this Chronicle of Higher Education article, but unfortunately the article is behind a pay wall (and, ironically, it does not seem to have a DOI).