There are an impossibly large number of pix available, but don't worry, I'll bore you with those later in detail (general: France 2023; part 1: Bourg d'Oisans to Vallouise now available)
To celebrate my return, some links that I've faithfully collected during my time away.
* We Can't Collect Economic Information: Individuals do not act so as to maximize utilities, described in independently-existing functions. They confront genuine choices, and the sequence of decisions taken may be conceptualized, ex post, (after the choices), in terms of ‘as if’ functions that are maximized. But those ‘as if’ functions are, themselves, generated in the choosing process, not separately from such process.
* Why so sad? I like the graph showing the alternation in sentiment when The Other Side was in power.
* Age of Invention: Does History have a Replication Crisis? Some doubts about the Bulstrode / Cort slave metallurgy stuff, amongst others.
* OBEY (you may need to screw up your eyes).
* Reflections on the Brook-Caplan Anarcho-Capitalism Debate. Trigger warning: uses the name "Ayn Rand".
* The Supreme Court Isn’t Rogue by Ilya Somin. A bit sad that such titles are needed, but these are dark days for public sanity.
* Capitalism is good. Let me explain says Sabine. And you know you trust her.
* Taxing the North Sea by Timmy, sadly as Note 44, The Global Warming Policy Foundation.
* Scientifically intriguing? - ATTP; I go away and some things just don't change.