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I Don’t Know How to Waste Time on the Internet Anymore
Dan Nosowitz: "What happened is that the internet stopped being something you went to in order to separate from the real world — from your job and your work and your obligations and responsibilities. It’s not the place you seek to waste time, but the place you go to so that you’ll someday have time to waste."
internet  internetculture  boredom  time  socialmedia  procrastination  nymag 
5 days ago by warnick
Kate Losse, Former Zuckerberg Speechwriter Interview
A conversation with former Zuckerberg speechwriter Kate Losse on how the Facebook founder thinks and what is hardest for him to wrap his mind around.
up-to-us  research  interview  transcript  katelosse  facebook  markzuckerberg  history  cambridgeanalytica  newsfeed  nymag 
6 weeks ago by danhon
The Case for Impeaching Clarence Thomas
With new evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court, it’s time to talk seriously about impeachment.
clarence-thomas  supreme-court  nymag 
february 2018 by lendamico
Pornhub Is the Kinsey Report of Our Time
“But where do the porn people get it?” I asked, arriving at the chicken-or-egg question of our time: Do we fuck this way because of porn, or does porn look like this because it’s how we fuck — or would fuck, if our asses were that firm, our penises that priapic, and we knew how to tie such elaborate knots?
porn  nymag 
january 2018 by s218611
Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’: Inside Trump’s White House
One year ago: the plan to lose, and the administration’s shocked first days.
DonaldTrump  politics  KellyanneConway  SteveBannon  USA  NYMag  2018 
january 2018 by inspiral

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