Good news! It turns out that we have a lot of upside in terms of how much coffee we *could* be consuming!
Farhad Manjoo keeps on writing thoughtful columns. I think he's 100% right about his take on Elizabeth Warren:
@knyfe Pretty sure you have already read this but just in case...
This is why we can't have nice things.
Jill Lepore always has things to say. This article in defence of LIberalism is no exception.
This dude came out of nowhere: he was the technical reviewer for the Times. He now pens some of the most progressive pieces on its Op-Ed page:
A crucial piece on why nuclear power makes no sense as a response to global warming.
This is a really good article about racism focusing on the ambiguity of microaggressions while also taking a broad view of the problem. Recommended.
I just realized that I have been rehashing for you Plato's argument against writing ..... 🤣
Folks, another milestone reached (matters only because humans have 10 fingers, mostly)
A really nice piece about doing a digital detox. Recommended.
Really moving piece about a Republican with principles in the Iowa Legislature:
Really lame response to the Chris Hughes piece by Nick Clegg (the Brexit dissembler--makes sense that he works for FB)
For how many years now has Zuckerberg been telling us that he will do better? Though the reference betrays my background and privilege, Cicero put it best:
Quo usque tandem abutere Catilina patientia nostra?
I am doubling down on my anti-podcast curmudgeon-ness:
The only exception here is Ezar Klein!
A really excellent article on FB by Chris Hughes who was a founder with Zuckerberg.
Something that wasn't said was that it is very unlikely that the traditional media will challenge the man with jobs in journalism being so tenuous....
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