I read this 2005 New Yorker article about Einstein and Godel. I really enjoyed it so I wanted to post a link to it in case others missed it, too.

I also keep meaning to publicly thank this place: Ashburns Engravers. After 9/11 I bought them a couple of crosses made from WTC steel that had been given to me, along with a piece of glass from the towers. I wanted the piece of glass mounted in some way, and the crosses engraved to note who gave them to me and when. They did the work and when I went to pick everything up they refused to charge me for it. It was done with such a spirit of kindness and respect. Their office was right near the towers, that’s how I found them.

So if you ever need engraving work done, these are your guys.

(The picture if from one of my many walks.)


Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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