TV: Mr. Robot and Perry Mason. Movies: The Verdict. Books: Trick Mirror, and Lovecraft Country.
About 5-7 years ago, every 3rd article written about San Francisco was by some disenchanted soul who was on the verge of leaving. Today, it’s New York’s time in the barrel.
Milton Glaser was an icon and a pioneer. Sadly, he passed away yesterday at age 91. Here are his thoughts on how our work impacts the world.
Season 5 of the Revisionist History podcasts is back. Here’s why you should give it a listen.
From June 2013.
Knowing when and how to communicate about polarizing social issues isn’t difficult. Just follow this plan and you’ll be alright.
From August 2006.
Revisit the days when standup comedy was on TV 24/7 (and acid-washed jeans) with a set from David Spade from around 1990.
In 1987, Spin Magazine gave the Beastie Boys 5 pages to write whatever they wanted. The results were predictably irreverent and full of inside jokes.