Stanford Business Magazine somehow found my column for the Chronicle of Higher Education and wrote about it.
(See here for article)
My friends from undergrad days never tire of haranguing me for a line I wrote in a column for the MIT newspaper, about John Glenn, and the "re-penetration of our vast firmament."
Hopefully, my writing has gotten better with age, but I still overly like my verbiage, the overly precious turns-of-phrase. By picking out the most quotable/egregious examples for their article, it really hits home...
Ah well, I never aspired to be a writer anyway.