Friday, September 24

I just read an essay over at D-Squared Digest criticizing the economics of Pound's Canto XLV. It is certainly the best thing I have read today, and quite possibly the best thing I have ever read by a business major.

Also on D^2, a piece on Iraq from the biz school point of view, via which I unexpectedly come to a text of Ecce Homo and the conclusion that sometimes, it is good to listen to Nietzsche:

Remain seated as little as possible: trust no thought that is not born in the open, to the accompaniment of free bodily motion - nor one in which your very muscles do not celebrate a feast.

Sound advice for the moment, I feel.

p1k3 / 2004 / 9 / 24