We’ll be working on how to restore trust in everything long after Trump is out of the White House.
I am strangely relieved that the quirky building where I attended high school has been torn down.
The rituals behind the scenes in a BBC drama evoke a treasure trove of stories from Ghana to London.
A green bird sat in the gutter, still as humidity. A poem by Rick Robinson.
Five questions for Imagination Gap author Brian Reich, who says our big innovations are mostly pretty trivial.
Big media can do its thing. But we need something smaller, more personal, more intimate.
Time passes, distance grows, things are no longer what they seem. A prose poem by Ted Anthony.
It’s time for the news business to show some humility and embrace the culture that it is a part of, not above.
The legitimate U.S. press now must re-write its rules of engagement or risk failure. And we can’t afford that.
“We are all co-creating the potential Doomsday Device that can undermine all the liberties our collective ancestry fought for. Don’t run from it. Embrace the full picture. Realize what constant connectivity and persistent data tracking have delivered along with that on-demand burrito service. I keep thinking about how we built this infrastructure heavily during the presidency of a pretty decent man (drone wars not included), and now the keys to the kingdom are about to go to a decidedly less stable figure.”
— Baratunde Thurston