October 11, 2010

How The Industrial Revolution Shaped Conceptions of Elegance

I don’t imagine peasants in medieval Chartres aspiring to own anything precious. Give them the basics, and let anything special belong to the church. And when it comes to the Cathedral, and everything in it, we […]
October 6, 2010

Bicycle Activism, Behooving Moving Style

According to Jack (the toilet man) Sim, founder of the World Toilet Organization, a Cambodian Peasant would rather save his pennies for a mobile phone, than somewhere to poo, because mobile phones are prestigious. A wise […]
October 6, 2010

A plea for smarter club racing

Hardly a club race ends without imbecilian talk of someone shirking their fair share of "the work", in some ill-conceived paceline, and thus lacking a moral claim to their victory. I hereby poo poo all of […]
October 5, 2010

Free Stylin’

For once, I seem lost for words. I guess if you were looking for something to read, you could check my previous 140 blog entries.
October 5, 2010

Birth pains continued: The BM Quotidian

In today’s episode Dr. Behooving continues to chronicle the evolution of the most considered design for an every-day bike since Raleigh released its Sports model. For readers just joining, the bike when complete will be one […]