I really enjoyed the Towson Center’s Emily Bell just ripping apart all of news media’s sacred cows – on a podcast aimed at news media’s elite.
For years I looked for one thing: A way to find the cheapest flights from my hometown to anywhere. But then I found Hitlist and all my dreams came true.
Andrew Yang is an outsider, but interesting presidential candidate. Fung Bros is a hip hop-ish comedy YouTube channel. This interview by Fung Bros of Yang is probably the most clear indication of the future of both presidential campaigning and media I’ve ever seen. And it’s fun to watch.
I’ve been using Duck Duck Go as my default search engine for a year now, and it’s never let me down. Plus, unlike Google, it doesn’t track me or sell my search data to third parties.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s name kind of means “Chicken Dad”.
Martha Steward and Snoop Dogg both know exactly why their pairing is simultaneously strange and amazing. Their most recent cooking show commercial turns it up to eleven.
John Oliver’s recent show about public shaming has kicked off a discussion on whether or not the habit is socially useful. But don’t overlook the incredible interview of Monica Lewinsky starting at the 15:00 mark of his show. Her poise, thoughtfulness and overall strength is amazing. If you’re going through a tough time, watch this. Because she survived the worst kind of hell and has managed to be a good, decent person that doesn’t hate everyone, which would be a perfectly understandable response.
I’ve recently read about a couple different conferences that invoke Chatham House rules, where ideas and speeches can be quoted, but none of the quotes can be directly attributed. This is a fantastic concept. More conferences and meetings should employ this.
|Facebook is a gangster organization. They’ve basically sold us all crack and we’re too addicted to do anything when total scandals like this happen.|