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Tuesday, July 12 2011

How the Internet Transformed the American Rave Scene

— Michaelangelo Matos (The Record (NPR), 11 July 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Music

Monday, July 11 2011

Inside the World of Modern Professional Gaming

— Tom Cheshire (Wired, 4 July 2011)
Filed in: Digital & Gaming

Words and Music: Our 60 Favorite Music Books

— Pitchfork (Pitchfork, 11 July 2011)
Filed in: History | Music

Wednesday, July 6 2011

Before Walt Disney: 5 Pioneers of Early Animation

— Maria Popova (The Atlantic, 5 July 2011)
Filed in: Film | History

Tuesday, June 21 2011

The Story So Far: What We Know About the Business of Digital Journalism

— Bill Grueskin, Ava Seave, and Lucas Graves (Columbia Journalism Review, 10 May 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Mass Media

Can Watching ‘Jackass’ Turn You Into One?

— Tom Jacobs (Miller-McCune, 7 June 2011)
Filed in: Film | General Culture | Science & Technology

Everyone’s a Critic: Babies Prefer Picasso

— Tom Jacobs (Miller-McCune, 14 June 2011)
Filed in: Science & Technology | Visual Arts

Will White People Go to the National Black Museum?

— Natalie Hopkinson (The Root, 20 May 2011)
Filed in: American Studies | Ethnicity & Race | Geographies

Wednesday, June 8 2011

Is There a New Geek Anti-Intellectualism?
— Larry Sanger (LarrySanger.org, 6 June 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | General Culture
Slate’s Hollywood Career-O-Matic
— Christopher Beam and Jeremy Singer-Vine (Slate, 6 June 2011)
Filed in: Cyberculture & New Media | Film

Wednesday, June 1 2011

Filmmaker J. J. Abrams Is a Crowd Teaser
— Frank Bruni (The New York Times Magazine, 26 May 2011)
Filed in: Film | Television

Friday, May 27 2011

30 Books That Could Be The Next Harry Potter
— George Wales (Total Film, 25 May 2011)
Filed in: Film | Literature

Tuesday, May 24 2011

70 Reasons Why Bob Dylan Is the Most Important Figure in Pop-Culture History
— Andy Gill (The Independent, 20 May 2011)
Filed in: Music

Sunday, May 22 2011

Rapture Ready: The Science of Self Delusion
— Chris Mooney (Mother Jones, May 2011)
Filed in: Psychology | Science & Technology
Sing for Your Life
— Daniel Bergner (The New York Times Magazine, 19 May 2011)
Filed in: Music | Television
We Are All Teenage Werewolves
— Alex Pappademas (The New York Times Magazine, 22 May 2011)
Filed in: General Culture | Television

Thursday, May 19 2011

The Dark Arts: The UK Phone-Hacking Scandal
— Sarah Ellison (Vanity Fair, June 2011)
Filed in: Celebrity Culture | Mass Media
The Best Food Writing from the James Beard Awards
— Good (Good, 17 May 2011)
Filed in: Food

Tuesday, May 17 2011

Not Exactly Honky Tonk Angels (audio)
— WNYC (WNYC, 17 May 2011)
Filed in: Music
How Sequels Are Killing the Movie Business
— Roger Ebert (The Daily Beast, 15 May 2011)
Filed in: Business & Economics | Film

Thursday, May 12 2011

Where Are Today’s Steinbecks?
— Michael Goldfarb (BBC, 11 May 2011)
Filed in: Literature

Wednesday, May 11 2011

The Public Library Manifesto
— David Morris (Yes!, 6 May 2011)
Filed in: American Studies | Education | General Culture | Humanities | Literature
The Tragedy of Sarah Palin
— Joshua Green (The Atlantic, June 2011)
Filed in: Mass Media | Politics & Government
Paper Tigers
— Wesley Yang (New York, 8 May 2011)
Filed in: Asian Studies | Education
Why Do Pop-Culture Fans Stop Caring About New Music As They Get Older?
— Steven Hyden and Noel Murray (AV Club, 10 May 2011)
Filed in: General Culture | Music
Indie Music and the Hired Gun
— Michaelangelo Matos (The Guardian, 10 May 2011)
Filed in: Music

Tuesday, May 10 2011

Why Women Love Fantasy Literature
— Alyssa Rosenberg (The Atlantic, 10 May 2011)
Filed in: Gender | Literature | Television
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