By Nigel Beale. Yes, the very same. And he likes us! He really likes us! Or, at least, he likes Mark's/Josh's/Seth's Idler's Glossary.
Here's a taste:
Mark Kingwell’s splendidly informative, substantial introductory essay tells us much about the multifarious benefits that accrue to those who idle; it alone makes The Idler’s Glossary worth reading.No respite, we are told, can be had from boredom just by exciting a new desire to replace the absent one. The solution, quite simply, lies in idling. Its genius resides not, however, in the avoidance of work — for the idler isn’t, contrary to what you may think, lazy — but rather in the construction of a value system entirely independent of work.
The whole review can be found here: