The mystery of Tucker Carlson
Oh my god. Terror.
This is so good.
Animal rights will be one of our generation's great "how could they have not seen" moral failings.
I am (conspicuously!) a week late in sharing this, but here it is regardless.
I should probably post this index card on my wall.
"Business books have surprisingly low completion rates." Ok who is actually surprised by this, be honest. (Also the framing of this as "bad for authors" is so retrograde. God forbid authors get to find out if their writing is effective.)
Implementing a full basic income is difficult and expensive. This is a good suggestion for more incremental change to advance some of the same goals.
Here, spend a few hours vicariously shooting the shit about foreign policy with the president. I can't predict what you'll think of him afterwards, except that it'll likely be more complicated than whatever you think of him now.
One of the greatest forces of evil in the world is incompetence.
"This will not be the usual tirade against Donald Trump. This is a tirade against Americans failing to recognize themselves in Donald Trump."
This is really interesting. "A ferocious but highly choreographed politics, intensely felt but also remote from the concerns of everyday life: that was American politics 125 years ago, and in many respects it is American politics today. And that was the politics against which the political reformers of the 1870s and 1880s struggled."
A look at Hive, the project I've been working on for the past few months.
Transit City lives in Paris.