Mondo Diablo 381: Hack or Genius? Why Can’t it be Both?

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  1. Case Closed: Agatha Christie’s Detective Poirot Solves His Last TV Mystery : NPR

    After decades on air, Poirot’s 13th and final season begins Aug. 25. David Suchet still stars as detective Hercule Poirot, but you won’t find the show on PBS. So where is it?

    http://www.npr.org/2014/08/13/340092360/case-closed-agatha-christie-s-detective-poirot-solves-his-last-tv-mystery?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=freshair

    —Huffduffed by sigerson

  2. The Incomparable | A Very Different Idea of Fun (Episode 225)

    It’s your usual detective story, with a guy obsessed with a mystery, a femme fatale, and… an asteroid that’s about to kill most of the living things on the earth? That’s the premise for “The Last Detective by Ben Winters. We liked the book (and its two sequels) quite a lot, though that comes with a big caveat based on what your definition of “fun” is, and apparently if you’re a soulless monster or not. Plus: What are we reading?

    http://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/225/

    —Huffduffed by ddbrann

  3. True Detective finale on HBO, “Form and Void”: a recap and debate.

    David Haglund: “Quite some time I’m gonna be thinking about you, Rust.” The corrupt sheriff Steve Geraci (Michael Harney) didn’t intend that line, one of my favorites from tonight’s finale, “Form and Void,” the way I do: He intends it as a threat. I think of it as my primary response…

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2014/03/10/true_detective_finale_on_hbo_form_and_void_a_recap_and_debate.html

    —Huffduffed by tofias