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Anna Wiener / New Yorker:
How Hacker News moderators Daniel Gackle and Scott Bell practice a personal and slow approach, engaging with users in e-mail chains that can last for years   —  Can a human touch make Silicon Valley's biggest discussion forum a more thoughtful place?  —  Open-plan offices offer few pleasures …
Aug 8, 2019, 5:15 PM - In context

Alex Pappademas / New Yorker:
The Social Network trailer influenced the music in movie trailers with its choir cover of Creep; now many songs in trailers literally explain film plots   —  Every story, as movie trailers never tire of informing us, has a beginning.  The story of the cover-song trend in movie trailers began nine years ago …
Aug 5, 2019, 1:05 AM - In context

Jordan Orlando / New Yorker:
A eulogy for MAD Magazine, which subverted the comic form into a mainstream ideological weapon, aimed at icons of the left and the right   —  The California painter and critic Manny Farber extolled “termite art” as occurring “where the spotlight of culture is nowhere in evidence …
Jul 28, 2019, 2:00 AM - In context

Susan McKay / New Yorker:
The Incredible Life and Tragic Death of Lyra McKee   —  “Hello lovely,” she'd messaged me.  “You in Derry anytime soon?”  I loved Lyra's easy way with affection.  Twenty-nine years old, she was half my age.  We'd become friends through writing and our shared obsession with Northern Ireland.
Jul 26, 2019, 3:55 PM - In context

Isaac Chotiner / New Yorker:
Q&A with Glenn Reedus, former Chicago Defender executive editor, on the paper's role in the Great Migration, its politics, its presence in the black community   —  This week, the Chicago Defender, one of the most renowned black newspapers in America, will cease to produce a print edition.
Jul 14, 2019, 8:10 PM - In context

Neima Jahromi / New Yorker:
An overview of moderation challenges facing YouTube, which raise fundamental questions about what social media platforms have become and what they should be   —  The video giant's recent travails underscore a basic question: How “neutral” should social-media platforms try to be?
Jul 9, 2019, 4:20 PM - In context

Noam Cohen / New Yorker:
A California law went into effect July 1 banning bots from pretending to be real people, without disclosure, while selling products or influencing votes   —  When you ask experts how bots influence politics—that is, what specifically these bits of computer code that purport to be human …
Jul 4, 2019, 1:25 PM - In context

David Remnick / New Yorker:
Profiles of Doris Burke, “the LeBron James of sportscasters”, and other highly respected and popular women sports analysts and commentators   —  It is 2019 and cheerleaders are still a thing in the National Basketball Association.  The Chicago Luvabulls.  The Memphis Grizz Girls.
Jun 17, 2019, 12:20 AM - In context

Cal Newport / New Yorker:
The IndieWeb, a loose collective of developers and techno-utopians, aims to create alternatives to mass social media via projects like Micro.blog and Mastodon   —  In the summer of 2016, I gave a talk at a small tedx conference in northern Virginia.  I began by admitting that I've never …
May 20, 2019, 1:20 AM - In context

Louisa Thomas / New Yorker:
Q&A with sportswriter Jackie MacMullan on covering the NBA as a woman, social media, and how relationships between journalists and players have changed   —  When Jackie MacMullan joined the Boston Globe as an intern in the news department, in 1982, the N.B.A. was just beginning its ascent …
May 17, 2019, 9:05 AM - In context




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