A decision-making aid

From the Annual Review of Critical Psychology, a special issue on Jacques Lacan, including Carl Cederstrom (Lund): Lacan Goes Business; Calum Neill (Edinburgh Napier): Who Wants to Be in Rational Love?; an interview with Slavoj Zizek; and an interview with Karolos Kambelopoulos, Lacan’s hairdresser for a decade. Misinformation hurts national security: Ronald Noble, secretary general of Interpol, responds to Newt Gingrich and conservative bloggers. A look at the 7 most WTF post-fame celebrity careers. From Anthurium, Elvira Pulitano (Cal Poly): Landscape, Memory and Survival in the Fiction of Edwidge Danticat. The Haiti crisis did not start with the earthquake: An interview with Nicholas Laughlin, editor of The Caribbean Review of Books. Clearing space for the utopian imagination: George Scialabba’s What Are Intellectuals Good For? is a liberal book conservatives can admire. From The Big Money, Marion Maneker on Amazon's self-defeating war on publishers (and an update). From CJR, Adam Federman on Moscow’s new rules: Islands of press freedom in a country of control. From The Progressive, a series of articles on remembering Howard Zinn. The odd world of digital groupies: Doree Shafrir goes inside the bizarre world of extreme internet fandom. The Blair mission: He didn’t lie over WMD — rather, his failings were poor judgement combined with a fatal moral fervour. Dumb-dumb bullets: As a decision-making aid, PowerPoint is a poor tool. From New Geography, an article on suburbs and cul-de-sacs: Is the romance over? A review of Piracy: The Intellectual Property Wars from Gutenberg to Gates by Adrian Johns (and get Piracy free today only from the University of Chicago Press).