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I'm also looking forward to Heidi Julavits' The Folded Clock, a diary she kept for a year as an adult.
Julavits is such a smart writer; I'd read her to-do lists.
Mindy at least is somewhat believable as a doctor, but the rest of the cast looks (1) exactly like a B. Novak lookalike audition call and (2) completely unbelievable as doctors, nurses or medical professionals. " Some of the writers answer, and the white editor says, "OK, that's the next big thing", tells someone else to write a listicle about Kristen Stewart's vagina, and then asks the intern to prepare a page-long summary of what people think is cool while he googles pictures of Christopher Nolan's wife and posts comments on Atrios.
is ending; I don't want to have to look at every character actor in Hollywood in a slightly new role.
Plus, platforms like Twitter, Vine, Instagram, and You Tube have actually made it possible for reporters, writers, and entertainers to prove themselves and make their voices heard without the necessary connections, degrees, or the approval of the gatekeepers.
I'm excited about this because it's right, but even more so because I'm bored of sameness.
And Buzz Feed's news app, which will teach us all (or Buzz Feed, at least! I'm excited for the media to continue to be considered a flourishing business just years after we were knocked down by the recession in 2008. And I think that we are all now competing on the assumption that there's a huge audience for journalism that deeply engages a story or an idea, and that can only push all of us to be better.
It was very honest, and this appealed to people; although I suppose by hiding the identity of its writer, it wasn't completely truthful. " and the sound of money flowing into your bank account.
I love reading what these women have to say about music and culture, but when they're calling all the shots at the publications they write for, even better. I am really excited about all the books and projects and developments that Rookie writers, contributors, and readers have coming out this year.
Great new books were a bright spot of terrible 2014, for real, and 2015 is poised to be even better. So many people think of Tavi as, like, this one exemplary extraordinary teenager — this fluke of a go-getter (and maybe Lorde as the other). Well, random internet dissenter, all the ladyblogs are friends — yes, men, we all gather at the water cooler of the internet and laugh at you, and sometimes Beyoncé Face Times in — and I'm happy to welcome Gordon's self-made site into the group.
The first question I ask is, is there anyone with a first name of Tierney in the class?
If there is, I drive to Los Alamos and introduce them to nuclear fission research, because there is no good they can do under my instruction. Of course, the same thing happened to her that eventually happened to Alex Balk before he moved into his massive mansion in the tax haven of the Philippines: she met all the people she'd been writing negative things about, and started mounting a subtle defense of them by no longer being candid.
cooking up something major in the kitchen at Bloomberg; Gabe Snyder plotting a new New Republic; the team at Fusion planning to unleash whatever the hell Felix Salmon, Anna Holmes, et al are planning to unleash; and A. Daulerio launching Ratter just to keep us all on our toes.