The Internet has only one currency, and that currency is attention
Our identity—insofar as it may be thought of as a fortress—is less adept at resisting life’s various microassaults at 3 am.
The Internet as we know and use it in our daily lives significantly limits our capacity for freedom in all the various and complex senses of the term.
Fantasies of freeing ourselves of the baggage of the past run aground on the fact that humans are history-bearing animals.
It is fair to say that a new economic populism has been rendered impotent by cultural identity markers that shape voting patterns.
The less politics effects change, the more politics will affect mood.
We need more profanity? Aren’t we already being inundated with it?
What could be more relatable than for your work life and private life to have merged into one?
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