Or work hard, pay your taxes: Chef Anthony Bourdain’s secrets of success, such as success might be…
I often make this note in your work:
Use commas to separate more than two members of a series: “Truth and justice” but “truth, justice, and fairness for all.” In most grammar references, this is called the serial comma.
There’s a reason for that, and the Supreme Court backs me up. Victory!
Is it fair to charge different prices to different genders? Does this open the door to other price discrimination? This piece examines an all too common phenomenon.
There were two people in the room who had won Nobel Prizes. They were the two people who, after everyone else was exhausted and heading home, talked on and on into the evening about the subject they loved. I learned that night about my uncles—about their passion for ideas and about the importance and excitement of what scholars do.
An affectionate portrait by Lawrence Summers. (Behind the WSJ paywall, but you’re all subscribers, no?)