This week’s interview is with the one and only Kara Swisher. (If you don’t know, now you know). We talked about what she’s been up to over the past few…
Do you remember taking U.S. history class in high school or whatever and how it always seemed like A) we’d run out of time at the end of the semester a…
The Naomi Fry treatment on Cameo is so good, if not just for the parallel drawn between an app that lets celebs charge for minutes-long increments of t…
This is your seasonally-timed reminder that Deez Links totes (and pins) exist, and they’re undeniably the most stylish way to support this newsletter. …
This week’s interview is with Hannah Ewens, author of Fangirls: Scenes From Modern Music Culture (which we published an excerpt of yesterday) and featu…
If the inability to experience live music any time soon is seriously bumming you out, too, I highly recommend Hannah Ewens’ book Fangirls: Scenes From …
In the essay she published yesterday on The Cut, Buying Myself Back, Emily Ratajkowski presents to us a series of events from her modeling career, cutt…
Have you had a chance to nab a copy of Vanity Fair’s September issue yet? Last weekend, I spent an afternoon flipping through it and just trying to sin…
One of my favorite writers to read on technology and what it does to us is Max Read (does anyone else still think about his piece for New York mag’s fu…
This week’s interview is with Diana Moskovitz, who’s the investigations editor (and a co-owner — more on that in a sec!) over at the newly launched Def…
In light of all the hellscape photos of the west coast wildfires getting shared around, I saw this 2019 Outline piece from Hayes Brown — The end times …
Two more links around the ~September reinvention~ train of thought we got going yesterday: the first is this blog post from a longtime fave personal fi…