Things I don't have time to read right now Thursday, 11 July 2019 10:00:16 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, Politics (0) But I will take the time as soon as I get it: Conor Friedersdorf thinks Tucker Carlson "has failed to assimilate." (So do I.) Daniel Drezner says we have "the worst of all possible Iran policies." (So do I.) Author TJ Martinson won't teach at a downstate religious college this coming year because, apparently, someone got around to reading his new novel. (I just put it on my "to be read" list.) Architect Greg Tamborino won an affordable-housing contest with a bungalow that can easily convert into a 2-flat...and back again. A 210,000-year-old skull found in Greece turned out to be Homo Sapiens, meaning we lived in Neandertal territory for tens of thousands of years longer than previously thought. Geographer Garrett Dash Nelson found that looking at the densest bits of urban areas tells you more than looking at overall density. New Republic remembers Ross Perot, who died this week, by republishing their August 1993 critique of his populism. Scott Hanselman continues to migrate his personal apps from ASP.NET to newer technologies (as I am doing), and continues to write about his struggles doing so. Volkswagen will cease production of the Beetle tomorrow; the Tribune has a history of the car from its Nazi origins to its incredible popularity later on. Finally, law professor Gregory H Shill points out how subsidies and other legislation basically force most Americans to drive. Now, I need more tea, and more coding.