Thibault Lemaitre

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Thibault Lemaitre

379 days ago

Behind ‘The Mask’

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400 days ago

They Got Rich Off Uber and Lyft. Then They Moved to Low-Tax States.

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Thibault Lemaitre

434 days ago

Oddly specific and yet perfectly accurate!

What bothers me most is the generalized sense of permission with which Drake walks around the sidelines of Scotiabank Arena, with the half-conscious air of a man popping into his own kitchen to make a midnight sandwich.

Drake Is the True Villain of the NBA Finals

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Thibault Lemaitre

434 days ago

The Ringer with the Drake spice!

It is perhaps the only thing we can all agree upon as a nation, if not an entire species existing within an interconnected biosphere: Drake needs to cool it when sitting courtside at basketball games.

Drake Is the True Villain of the NBA Finals

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Thibault Lemaitre

501 days ago

The New Social Network That Isn’t New at All

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Thibault Lemaitre

510 days ago

Damn, the spice is real! 🍎 🎵 🌶

Addressing Spotify’s claims

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Thibault Lemaitre

521 days ago

💌 👉🏼 If you're interested in what my new employer is all about, this article is a great place to start!

Let’s rethink how employees pay for what they need

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Thibault Lemaitre

525 days ago

“Fifteen years ago, nobody was using data,” Jacobson said. “It is amazing, how prevalent it has become. I would like to think we played some part in that.”

Fifteen years ago, nobody was using data,” Jacobson said. “It is amazing, how prevalent it has become. I would like to think we played some part in that.”

How Video Games Are Changing the Way Soccer Is Played

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Thibault Lemaitre

607 days ago

How Facebook is Fueling The French Populist Rage

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Thibault Lemaitre

631 days ago

“Over and over,” she has written, “my undergraduates tell me they try hard not to fall in love during college, imagining that would mess up their plans.”

Why Are Young People Having So Little Sex?

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Thibault Lemaitre

640 days ago

Last year, WeChat revealed that its users sent 6.1 billion voice texts each day.

Last year, WeChat revealed that its users sent 6.1 billion voice texts each day.

Is the Era of Voice Texting Upon Us?

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Thibault Lemaitre

645 days ago

Teams can't score past you if you never allow them to shoot

How Man City have become clean sheet kings under Pep Guardiola

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Thibault Lemaitre

646 days ago

Makes me sad!

The Jimmy Butler saga has gotten a lot of attention, but not even Minnesota can match the Wiz in the dysfunction department.

The Wizards Are the NBA’s Must-See Soap Opera

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Thibault Lemaitre

666 days ago

The blockchain allows friction-free transactions between not just financial institutions but all people and devices needing to communicate with one another. Imagine capping the social media monopolies by reclaiming our data.

It's Time for Techies to Embrace Militant Optimism Again

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Thibault Lemaitre

667 days ago

There are also things that China, unlike Russia, does not want, such as to undermine the EU or sow chaos by furtively supporting populist, xenophobic parties. It would rather Europe remained stable and open for business. On issues such as climate change and trade, China has acted more responsibly than the Trump administration, seeking to uphold global accords rather than chuck grenades at them.

China has designs on Europe. Here is how Europe should respond

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Thibault Lemaitre

735 days ago

I’m here for this: “The Avengers of fucking Asian actors”

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Thibault Lemaitre

735 days ago

Crazy Rich Asians Star Gemma Chan Sits Down With Vogue

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Thibault Lemaitre

735 days ago

Online trolls and harassers want us, the Times, and other newsrooms to waste our time by debating their malicious agenda. They take tweets and other statements out of context because they want to disrupt us and harm individual reporters. The strategy is to divide and conquer by forcing newsrooms to disavow their colleagues one at a time. This is not a good-faith conversation; it’s intimidation.

Newsrooms must stand up to targeted campaigns of harassment

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Thibault Lemaitre

735 days ago

Online trolls and harassers want us, the Times, and other newsrooms to waste our time by debating their malicious agenda. They take tweets and other statements out of context because they want to disrupt us and harm individual reporters. The strategy is to divide and conquer by forcing newsrooms to disavow their colleagues one at a time. This is not a good-faith conversation; it’s intimidation.

Newsrooms must stand up to targeted campaigns of harassment

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Thibault Lemaitre

741 days ago

Christian Bale’s infamous Dark Knight voice was the only option

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Thibault Lemaitre

741 days ago

The confusion of Dark Knight chase scene, or not

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Thibault Lemaitre

741 days ago

The Joker hospital scene is the chaotic brain of The Dark Knight script

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Thibault Lemaitre

741 days ago

Watching the world burn: The incongruous politics of The Dark Knight

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741 days ago

Marketing Genius 10 years later

Why So Serious: How 'The Dark Knight' Alternate Reality Game Changed Fandom Forever

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742 days ago

The Wire was the kind of show that was scarier to watch than the nightly news.

It’s Time To Revisit The Greatest TV Show Ever (That No One Watched)

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Thibault Lemaitre

744 days ago

The Wire: arguably the greatest television programme ever made

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Thibault Lemaitre

744 days ago

The Wire, 10 years on: ‘We tore the cover off a city and showed the American dream was dead’

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744 days ago

The Dark Knight, The Wire, and the poisonous effect of corruption

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Thibault Lemaitre

744 days ago

The Parallel Demises of Stringer Bell and Wallace on ‘The Wire’

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744 days ago

The Wire still matters

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747 days ago

Wife's Comics About Married Life Are Just So Darn Relatable

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Thibault Lemaitre

748 days ago

France Is Only Going To Get Better

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Thibault Lemaitre

750 days ago

From a pure entertainment perspective, it’s hard to overstate just how much better of an experience this is.

A Most Beautiful Game

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Thibault Lemaitre

750 days ago

The World Cup offers a glimpse into what the correct compromise should be. A delicate balance of gameplay and sponsorship. An actually captive audience able to be targeted with two things at once. And a happy audience whose time isn’t being wasted by superfluous “TV time outs” for commercial ad breaks.The real question: does the U.S. market realize all of this before we host the World Cup in 2026?

A Most Beautiful Game

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Thibault Lemaitre

750 days ago

The only comparison anyone could find was the liberation of Paris in 1944 because of the sense of an opening onto brighter futures, and the ways in which people from all classes and backgrounds merged and melded in the streets.

France’s Ghosts Return for the World Cup

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Thibault Lemaitre

750 days ago

Technology has changed my World Cup watching for the better

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Thibault Lemaitre

751 days ago

The Biggest Key to France’s World Cup Run Was Their Smallest, Most Unassuming Player

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Thibault Lemaitre

752 days ago

‘GLOW’ Season 2 Is Bigger, Bolder, and One of the Year’s Best Shows

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Thibault Lemaitre

753 days ago

The future is bright for Les Bleus.

This Is How Dynasties Start: France’s World Cup Win Could Be Just the Beginning

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Thibault Lemaitre

753 days ago

This Is How Dynasties Start: France’s World Cup Win Could Be Just the Beginning

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Thibault Lemaitre

753 days ago

France pins its hopes on Kylian Mbappé, the boy from the banlieue

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Thibault Lemaitre

754 days ago

2018 World Cup: A Brief History of French Soccer

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Thibault Lemaitre

761 days ago

The Belgian national team have not only become a multicultural symbol, much like Les Bleus of the late 1990s, but they have become a powerful unifying force in a famously fractious country

What France and Belgium’s World Cup success says about European immigration

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Thibault Lemaitre

764 days ago

The Expanse is an excellent sci-fi space opera. But it’s fundamentally a detective show.

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Thibault Lemaitre

765 days ago

Wizards targeting Dwight Howard after pending buyout, sources say

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Thibault Lemaitre

767 days ago

Belgium’s Golden Generation reached this summer’s World Cup in its prime.

Belgium’s Last Stand

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767 days ago

Great World Cup games have an intense, centrifugal gravity that you don’t really get anywhere else in the game.

Why France vs Argentina was one of the greatest World Cup games of all time

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Thibault Lemaitre

767 days ago

If FiveThirtyEight is to be believed, the French have the third best chance of winning it all this summer. To do so will be difficult, and a potential matchup with World Cup favorite awaits Brazil in the semifinals. But 12 years ago, the two met in the quarters, and 20 years ago, they met in the final. Both times, France faced an uphill battle. Both times, they won.

Welcome to Kylian Mbappé’s Coming Out Party

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Thibault Lemaitre

767 days ago

Saturday served as a notice to the rest of the field: If you give France space, they will destroy you.

Welcome to Kylian Mbappé’s Coming Out Party

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Thibault Lemaitre

767 days ago

Sheesh. Somebody needs a vacation after all his vacations

Yes, There’s More: the Literal and Spiritual Exhaustion of Drake’s ‘Scorpion’

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