Pazz & Jop: So, Are Women Here Yet? | Village Voice

"So maybe it’s time to pivot back to fanzine. Pivot to local underground newspaper. Pivot to supermarket circular. Pivot back to listservs and anonymous blogspots. Pivot to a publication for teenage girls that doesn’t die because it refused to be an app and a vehicle for selling things to an elusive and valuable market. Pivot … Continue reading Pazz & Jop: So, Are Women Here Yet? | Village Voice

Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction

"Loneliness is what the internet and social media claim to alleviate, though they often have the opposite effect. Communion can be hard to find, not because we aren’t occupying the same physical space but because we aren’t occupying the same mental plane: we don’t read the same news; we don’t even revel in the same … Continue reading Reading in the Age of Constant Distraction

The Communal Mind by Patricia Lockwood

"To future historians, nothing will explain our behaviour, except a mass outbreak of ergotism caused by contaminated rye?... The Unabomber had been right about everything! Well, not all of it. The Unabomber stuff he had gotten wrong. But that stuff about the Industrial Revolution had been right on the money." —Patricia Lockwood, "The Communal Mind." … Continue reading The Communal Mind by Patricia Lockwood

If You Want to Be Happy, Spend Your Bonus On Your Coworkers | Jeremiah Stanghini

"How would you react if your company made a slight change to your bonuses this year. Instead of receiving your usual 1% or 10% bonus, depending on your industry, what if your boss said you had to donate that money to a charity or that you had to spend that money on your fellow coworkers? … Continue reading If You Want to Be Happy, Spend Your Bonus On Your Coworkers | Jeremiah Stanghini