I’ve been joking with friends that you can practically smell the panic in the air, and it’s manifesting in a whole slurry of activity and obligations f…
Man, it feels like a million years ago since I sent one of these out even though the “calendar” says it’s only been “two” “months.” Allegedly! I’ve bee…
Wanted to wait until the news became official official, and now I can finally type out one very surreal compound sentence: so, I’ve sold my novel, and …
I had a whole regular post ready re: the digital economy for you below, but first of course we SIMPLY MUST address the new very dishy and controversial…
Having been a committed disciple of Yoga With Adriene for five years, I of course was legally obligated to read Texas Monthly’s profile of her dog, Ben…
With little else to unite us in conversation during a time of digitally-enhanced immediacy and isolation, I’m always obsessed with the mainstream heads…
Here’s a fun thing: Anne Helen Petersen and I are doing a live Q&A with the brilliant Terry Nguyen around the latest edition of her Gen Yeet newsletter…
The sun is shining, birds are singing, Ed Yong is writing about insect endosymbionts, and at least in some parts of the world, people are starting to t…
Do you remember that exceptionally cringey period of time that was the mid-2010s when the phrase “on fleek” was everywhere — brands like Forever 21 and…
So I don’t have anything cutesy to add about Allison P. Davis’s envy-inducingly excellent The End of Kimye’s Wild Ride, which is the best thing I’ve re…
Well, it’s all fun and Max Tani jokes until the curtain gets yanked further back on the metrics-obsessed culture over at Insider, per Kayleigh Barber f…
Nothing terribly fancy today — I’m trying to get in some rest & relaxation (or is it languishing?) after a crazy couple of months and just catch up in …