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I have toyed with the idea writing for years, and I have finally found my particular niche. My primary goal was, and still remains, to write a story that I would like to read. I am humbled and delighted that ya'll (yes I AM Southern) wil…
The name “Culture Study” is a modification of “Cultural Studies,” a term used to describe an academic field — and general posture — towards the culture that surrounds us. The scholars of this early field believed that if people
Grown-ass lady storytelling by and for gen-x women over 40. Featuring pop culture nuggets, profiles, day to day stuff we’re obsessed with, and personal essays.
A short newsletter every two weeks with my pick of the top 10 Travel Tech stories and innovations shaping the world's largest and fastest growing industry.
Platformer is your daily guide to understanding social networks and their relationships with the world. It's the best way to keep up on the events that mattered at Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter, Snap, and TikTok — with regular guest appearances
I’m a French entrepreneur based in San Francisco. I have worked for three years with plant medicine and recently spent three months deep in the Amazon forest with the Yawanawa and Ashaninka tribes. The knowledge and plant medicine they shared...
An inspiring perspective on the science and technology that’s helping us solve the world’s biggest challenges. Authentic, candid, and refreshingly entertaining. It’ll restore your faith in humanity.
With his trademark blend of political history, social science, economics, and pop culture, two-time New York Times bestselling author, syndicated columnist, National Review senior editor, and American Enterprise Institute fellow Jonah Goldberg....
Slow Boring is a blog and newsletter by Matthew Yglesias on American politics and public policy. The name comes from Max Weber’s essay on “Politics as a Vocation” where he writes that
Covers a very eclectic mix of topics, often having to do with sociotechnical transformations, but also cities, systems, hybrids, the environment, history, scifi, design, and many other ideas that matter. Feed your curiosity & make better sense of...
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