October 2023 Links
AI girlfriends, personal libraries, a university rejecting DEI, and more. 9 links.
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Why homeschooling is a great idea. A good summary by the founder of ConvertKit. He gives five reasons.
I don’t think that homeschooling is right for every family or every kid, but I do think it’s worth considering. So if you’re one of those millions of families forced into the great homeschooling experiment and wondering if you should continue it next fall, here’s just one small vote to say I think you should give it a try!
Covering the Vibe conference starts with a fun diatribe about the softness of men. It also laments the current state of journalism. Read until the end.
Today, all we’ve got are “the experts”—Ivy League diversity hires on Adderall—churning out think pieces based loosely on data gleaned from digital surveys whose participants have received $5 Amazon gift cards in exchange for sharing what it’s like to be a man.
New Saint Andrews College doubles down on rejecting DEI initiatives. As they should.
Acknowledging that some people are better at a particular calling does not undermine others but recognizes and celebrates the diverse gifts each person has been given. Acknowledging that some are better academically reflects the true nature of a community where people have different skills and abilities. A community with different gifts means it is healthy and thriving because people can share their unique gifts and build each other up.