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Wednesday, March 2 2011

The Day the Movies Died

— Mark Harris (GQ, February 2011)
Filed in: Film

Friday, February 25 2011

The 7 Percent Solution

— Timothy Noah (Slate, 24 February 2011)
Filed in: Film

Tech Revolutionaries

— Jacob Weisberg (Slate, 24 February 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Global Affairs | Politics & Government

Wednesday, February 23 2011

The Changing Geography of Pop Music

— Richard Florida (The Atlantic, 17 February 2011)
Filed in: Culture Industry | Geographies | Music

National Public Radio Music Critics Have the Power of Persuasion

— Kathleen M. Silva and Francisco J. Silva (Media Psychology Review, 2010)
Filed in: Criticism | Mass Media | Music

Is Green Gartside the Brainiest Man in Pop (Apart from Brian Eno)?

— Andrew Harrison (The Guardian, 22 February 2011)
Filed in: Music

Wednesday, February 9 2011

The 100 Best British Films

— Time Out (Time Out, 2011)
Filed in: Film

Tuesday, February 8 2011

The Real Role of Twitter in Global Protest

— Maria Bustillos (The Awl, 4 February 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Politics & Government

Monday, February 7 2011

Super Bowl Ads Mine Decades of Americana

— Stuart Elliott (The New York Times, 6 February 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Consumerism | Sports | Television

Is the Huffington Post Really Worth $315 Million?

— Emma Barnett (The Telegraph, 7 February 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Friday, February 4 2011

9 Websites for Music Lovers
— Taryn Haight (The Huffington Post, 3 February 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Music

Thursday, February 3 2011

Stop Using the Word “Caucasian” to Mean White
— Razib Khan (Discover, 22 January 2011)
Filed in: Ethnicity & Race
The Shuffling of Music Has Diluted Its Cultural Impact
— John Roderick (Seattle Weekly, 1 February 2011)
Filed in: Music

Monday, January 31 2011

Reggae: The Sound That Revolutionised Britain
— Neil Spencer (The Observer, 30 January 2011)
Filed in: European Studies | Music
Everyone’s a Critic Now
— Neal Gabler (The Observer, 30 January 2011)
Filed in: Criticism | Film | General Culture | Literature | Music

Saturday, January 29 2011

Google Starts Censoring BitTorrent, RapidShare and More
— Ernesto (TorrentFreak, 26 January 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Law | Music
Why Does Roger Ailes Hate America?
— Tom Junod (Esquire, 18 January 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Politics & Government
Our Desperate, 250-Year-Long Search for a Gender-Neutral Pronoun
— Maria Bustillos (The Awl, 6 January 2011)
Filed in: Gender | History | Language
Larry Page’s Google 3.0
— Brad Stone (Business Week, 26 January 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media
On Homophobia and Recruiting in Women’s College Basketball
— Luke Cyphers and Kate Fagan (ESPN, 26 January 2011)
Filed in: Gay/Lesbian Culture | Sports

Wednesday, January 26 2011

Making Hollywood Films Was Brutal, Even for Fritz Lang
— Manohla Dargis (The New York Times, 21 January 2011)
Filed in: Film
The Unholy Pleasure: My Life-long Recovery from Snobbery
— Mark Oppenheimer (Slate, 24 January 2011)
Filed in: General Culture
Churchill Didn’t Say That
— Christopher Hitchens (Slate, 24 January 2011)
Filed in: Film | History

Tuesday, January 25 2011

Is Cable News Going to Get Sorkin-ized?
— James Poniewozik (Time, 24 January 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Television

Friday, January 21 2011

How the War on Piracy Will Change in 2011
— Andrew Wallenstein (Mashable, 20 January 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Cyberculture & New Media | Music

Tuesday, January 18 2011

No Money, Mo’ Problems: Why Even Successful Bands Struggle Financially
— Emily Zemler (Alternative Press, 17 January 2010)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Music | Performing Arts

Monday, January 17 2011

Thursday, January 13 2011

Cyberspace When You’re Dead
— Rob Walker (The new York Times Magazine, 5 January 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | General Culture
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