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This has long been one of my favorite slides in 29th Street Publishing's deck. Lev, not quite two, reads the New York Times' Book Review while sitting in his mother's lap. The point of the slide is that reading apps... Continue »
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The hottest new app is The Awl: Weekend Companion. It's got voting machines by Maria Bustillos, cooking for Sandy refugees by Emily Gould, original artwork, the guy who wrote the OTHER Cloud Atlas, the Y2K bug, the backstory of the... Continue »
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Who are the 102 people sharing a Jonah Lehrer on The New Yorker blog post on LinkedIn? I admit to being puzzled by the kerfuffle (it's not yet a "gate") around Jonah Lehrer's self plagiarization. I asked Jake Dobkin what... Continue »
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Finn sent me to Big Ghost's "Best of" blog post for 20111. It's a fun read, and features exciting music. One comment stuck out: The Roots is basically the Rolling Stones of hip hop b. Sometime in 2003 I predicted... Continue »
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I've had this conversation several times, so I will blog it and hopefully never have it again, or have it go on forever, or both! Here are my iPad 3 thoughts: The screen is as fantastic as advertised, and considering... Continue »
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It's impressive to see a writer's work evolve and improve over time. One year ago: I have nothing nonobvious to say about the Super Bowl. But sweet Jesus I miss baseball.— Scott Klein (@kleinmatic) February 7, 2011 One day ago:... Continue »
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Both Tim (Letter to Jane) and Buzz (Tumblr) wrote today pleading for better text tools on iOS. Natalie and I have recently felt similar pain working on a text-heavy iOS project. I assumed this was a research problem — how... Continue »
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I've been enjoying Tarajia Morrell's blog The Lovage recently, especially her appreciation of Harry Belafonte and the documentary Sing Your Song: He used his gifts to shrewdly foster change and connect leaders to the masses. He is stoic and steadfast,... Continue »
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My friend David Jacobs is incredibly smart and even more opinionated. But the thing is: he’s one of those guys who’s has a strong viewpoint on everything, but also wants to seem nice. Which, when we’re talking about me, is... Continue »
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Over IM yesterday, I requested (somewhat tongue-in-cheek) that Daisy write a post on pencil sharpening. Seriously: Writers don’t write so that we can sit at home all alone with our cats and cheap grocery store wine while perusing our journals... Continue »
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Path.app does not report the correct phase of the moon. Edith Zimmerman on the Making of The Hairpin: I don't read Jezebel -- and there's a reason for that, I don't want it to come off sounding like "Oh, I... Continue »
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On moving to the Upper West Side: "I live downtown, but when I first got to the show, I didn't know anything about New York. I asked a friend where I should live, and he was like, 'live on the... Continue »
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Status report - Adventures in the Pointless Forest: I swept and brushed and swabbed and whacked and toiled and missed that one corner while Jane stood on the other side of the screen door, rattling it and gushing snot, suggesting... Continue »
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via mlkshk.com "This ad is fucking marvelous." Continue »
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My mindset from the start was to give the people what they want, but not in a way they were expecting. That meant that I knew that I wanted to expand the issue from just photos and text to add... Continue »
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