I am no - I have mostly abstained from the - but I thought I’d include some hyperlink-flooded accompanying remarks to this time to give you a bit more to chew on.
It seems like The Verge’s Megan Farokhmanesh was the perfect writer for a “Web 1.0,” a very very different place. I found , which is much too entertaining, and learned that there are 29 seasons of Cops thanks to . on the sillier bits of the World Wide Web. What I found using Tim Holman’s spurred nostalgia for a time when my friends and I spent way too much time on
( also made the front page, which is a good reason to continue checking it at all.)
Since The Nieman Lab’s “” is one of those arguments only they can make. on The Daily Yonder, I’ve been reading it frequently. You’d be surprised how many gaps it fills that you didn’t know you had. A Sunday drive as a means of
The Outline’s big photo features are consistently captivating, and focusing on imagery of the American flag in Cuba is no exception.
Living amongst the middle-class, gentrification is the often the most (or, first) obvious form of DIVISION, so it’s surprising that the television network HGTV is not cited/examined more often in the context of class criticism. “ .”
Somehow, plenty of for-profit sports teams still have very racist mascots. Right now, a in Massachusetts that could in 37 schools under legal obligation to change their branding, if it passes.
Open Culture’s “.” regarding the newly-available Der Sturm archive is interesting, but their actual download links are always unnecessarily hidden, . Backchannel is moving.
Unless Wired implements some serious fixes to its web presence, this is nothing more than a move from a bad CMS to a broken one.
In meta news, our is live, and we’ve found a sufficient auxiliary beat in to finally get some good sleep.