Ian Frazier, writing about the return of seals to the waters that surround New York City, offers this poetic observation about a white plastic chair:… Read More »Those White Plastic Chairs – The Monobloc and the Context-Free Object
On December 17, a 26 year old Tunisian man named Mohamed Bouazizi reached the end of his rope. An unemployed university graduate, Bouazizi had become… Read More »What if Tunisia had a revolution, but nobody watched?
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While a great deal of what I write here is underinformed speculation, this piece is unusually speculative and underinformed. It’s possible that I’m flat out… Read More »Is ad-supported journalism viable in a pay-for-performance age?