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A hundred years from now, how will literary historians deal with 21st-century authors like Tao Lin?
As books turn into data and tweets are archived for posterity, how will readers and academics cope with the detritus of a digital age?
| November 12, 2010
There's only one thing more dangerous than being an ambitious, attractive twentysomething female stumbling through the publishing industry, attempting to secure quantifiable career success and, also, a fantastic boyfriend: the impulse to write about it.
Sloane Crosley and Emily Gould tell all
| June 18, 2010
The Neda video and the definition of journalism
Writing at Gawker, John Cook argues that the decision to give a George Polk award to the unidentified (wo)man who caught Neda Agha-Soltan's death on...
| February 16, 2010
Times Co. memo blasts, contains bad info
Like Dan Kennedy, I'm curious about what "incorrect information" today's much-discussed Times Co. me...
| June 25, 2009
Yet another reason the recession is bad for journalists
Gawker's Hamilton Nolan raises an interesting point: if financial journalists tend to get ins...
| March 10, 2009
Dowd's bogus case for Kennedy
In its sharp deconstruction of today's Maureen Dowd column--which attempts to make the case for Caro...
| January 07, 2009
Master of Hub hits
Greater Boston has witnessed a shocking amount of drama in the new year.
Meet Adam Gaffin, Boston’s reigning Web czar
| March 05, 2008
Fine Lines: It's Like Eating Your Favorite Book
Okay, we feel badly for calling out Jezebel about the whole bitter thing -- it's not all the time! i...
| February 01, 2008
This Thursday Styles piece about beauty bloggers and swag is basically just repackages a million-yea...
| February 01, 2008
A pair of recent developments in the Sun Belt serves as a useful reminder that antagonism between government and the press can get a whole lot nastier.
Anti-press overreach in the Sun Belt. Plus, the strange resilience of Page Six editor Richard Johnson
| October 26, 2007
Michael Chabon accused of Anti-Semitism
Radar's Gutter Report just alerted us to a new media brouhaha revolving around MICHAEL CHABON. The ...
| May 03, 2007
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