Spencer Pratt? (ft. Spencer Pratt)
This is a shockingly entertaining and informative conversation with Spencer Pratt. No, really though.
Important questions to ask ourselves.
If you were completely satiated, then what?
Long read, incredibly frank and interesting.
Such a great read for any creative.
The most well thought out and clear read linking various movements together in a way that puts our current political situation into context.
An iconic moment in Hip Hop placed in context.
The South Got Something to say.
Is Taffy the best profile writer right now?
So we laugh, because otherwise we will sob.
Many of them just want to play gods in their Silicon Valley Elysium as if DC doesn’t matter. Now suddenly they have to choose sides, make statements, take action, and they are unsure. Should they try to advise and influence an incredibly ignorant administration from within, or stay outside and use pressure? Trump is president, and even if you don’t like his agenda you can’t hope he fails completely because he could take the rest of us with him! If the Valley’s customers and users demand it, they will respond, but I doubt it’s the place to look for leadership.
Oldie but goodie
It was only right.
A classic short story about the Dutch Christmas tradition, now read in front of a Dutch audience.
Lol this reviewer must've never listened to a Beanie Sigel freestyle.
Take "T-Shirt," where Takeoff stacks a whopping 14 variations on the same combination of "i" and "a" vowel sounds
A legendary film editor whose voice we rarely get to hear.
Incredibly important read.
The excruciating power of Zweig’s memoir lies in the pain of looking back and seeing that there was a small window in which it was possible to act, and then discovering how suddenly and irrevocably that window can be slammed shut.
Very funny, very depressing.
This piece by Rahawa Haile is the most beautiful and arresting writing I've read in a long time.
Shoot/interview I did with Ron King, Sr. VP at Time Inc, in which he shares some sage advice.
I cannot believe this is our world now.
In an interview with Fashionsnap, founder, editor and chief photographer Shoichi Aoki said that the main reason his monthly magazine was shuttering after 20 years and 233 issues was that “there were no more fashionable kids to photograph.”