Wes Phillips

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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 31, 2007 0 comments
The Economist has an uncredited article about great charts. They're all familiar to readers of Edward Tufte's The Visual Display of Quantative Information, but they are great charts.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Apr 21, 2006 2 comments
Huckleberry insists that he has no idea how those paper towels met such an unfortunate end. Oh who, oh who would do such a thing?
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Wes Phillips Posted: Feb 03, 2006 0 comments
"Honestly, I have no idea how those CDs wound up on the floor."
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Wes Phillips Posted: Mar 26, 2007 0 comments
The story behind The Raft of the Medusa. Like the painting, it isn't pretty, but you can't look away.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Apr 06, 2008 3 comments
Both examples of the Verity Sarastro IIs ($40,000/pair) that I heard at FSI sounded amazing. I say this with some surprise, since I was never entirely comfortable with the original Sarastro. Go figure, new and improved.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Dec 04, 2006 3 comments
These were in my favorite store in the used audio market. One half of the floorspace was devoted to projectors, ranging from 8mm to big theatrical arc-lamp jobs; the other half to classic hi-fi, like this pair of RCA MI-12182As.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Nov 28, 2005 0 comments
Sheesh, I thought my neighborhood was bad.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Sep 21, 2007 1 comments
The Guardian shows us where the magic happens.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Apr 24, 2007 0 comments
Threat, or menace? The BBC examines the question.
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Wes Phillips Posted: Apr 18, 2006 2 comments
Steve Martin never ceases to amaze me—sometimes by his audacity, sometimes by what he chooses to do (any number of recent movie projects illustrates this point, although our culture's current resistance to good film-making is not his fault). I digress, however—this is powerful, honest writing and I feel better for simply having read it. You go, Mr. Martin.

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