Some social scientists argue that civility is a poor metric by which to judge the quality of an online debate.
Sweaty attempts to juice book sales and get on bestseller lists are nothing new in publishing. As The Guardian wrote in 2020, there have been numerous recent instances of authors or their proxies ...
“A lot of the Gawker-type sites that came about as a result of the blogging boom has old roots in the function that some radical or experimental magazines have served. There’s always been a need for ...
Cutting two pages of comics down to a measly half page bad enough, but then you go and waste that tiny bit of real estate with comics that are reprints…Just kill the section entirely if this is the ...
Could you imagine a congressional reporter doing a book called Dinners With Harry Reid, tracing shopping excursions and intimate family moments with the late majority leader, who died the year after ...
Most Western democracies like the United States have avoided policing the internet because of free speech rights, leaving a sea of slurs, targeted harassment and tweets telling public figures they’d ...
Her decision came hours after NPR’s chief executive, John Lansing, announced the creation of a new position that will oversee all of NPR’s programming…The new chief content officer position would have ...
"To call something the most popular podcast might seem a little like identifying the tallest leprechaun," David Carr wrote in ...
"We can try to address inequities by being conscientious about who we feature in our coverage over a period of time." ...
"I truly wish every reporter could have the experience of getting a raise on the same day they produced something of value to ...
Once the process is complete, the vast majority of other footage from ceremonial events will then be taken out of circulation.” — ...
"Obviously, I could be a little bit more into what’s going on and look myself...Knowing more about it doesn’t do anything ...