What we’re reading: Profiles/Interviews: Stuart Reid of The Atlantic and his May 2015 profile of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who came to power this week in the Canadian elections. Lucia Moses of Digiday and her profile of Cory Heik, the Washington Post’s executive director of emerging new products, and the innovations she’s bringing to the newsroom. Susan Burton does a … More Caring Canadian Politicians, Old-School Cool Hipsters, and Ron Swanson
So many exciting things to read and watch and hear, and what’s a better time than autumn days with a chai or coffee in hand, or perhaps cold fall evenings in bed with a warm glass of cider and a donut on the side? Kudos to Sarah aka “SasswithClass” for designing the beautiful new header … More A More Bookish Perspective….
What we’re reading: Interviews: Ezra Keonig of Vampire Weekend talks up indie music’s historical relevance – or lack thereof – with Carles of Hipster Runoff via Fader. Competition: This underdog essay by Malcolm Gladwell for The New Yorker in 2009 that would provide the centerpiece for his 2013 book David and Goliath. Fortune Magazine takes several looks at some of the contestants for The NYCC Eastern Championships … More Bedazzled unicorns are all the rage…
Welcome back everyone! Here’s the second issues of our newsletter, with some new adaptations and changes; as always feel free to get back with us, whether its responses to articles or comments about the design of the newsletter itself. We’re still figuring out this stuff from our side, so any feedback is appreciated! Would love … More First the worst, second the best, does the third get the bird?