Tag Archives: The New Yorker

But — who are you?

Who are you, our happy band of readers? Knowing one’s audience is a key tool of writing: the better you know your audience, the more subtle your jokes can be and the more concise your analysis. You can create a … Continue reading

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Panofsky come lately

We have been noting for some time the increased attention the New Yorker has given to neurological studies: the eminent Oliver Sacks’s great column ‘A Neurologist’s Notebook’, including articles on the ability (or inability) to recognise faces, on the relationship … Continue reading

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