Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Subtweet Heard Round The World

As of the time of this writing, my second-most-popular tweet of all time is a subtweet just barely over a day old. Trump supporters attacking the Holocaust Museum for supporting persecuted refugees is a real thing on the internet today. — … Continue reading

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Technology And The Necessity Of Uneven Mourning

In the twenty-four hours since the attack, I stared at a glowing rectangle, looking for answers. I am a journalist by trade, and we as a profession mine tragedy for truth. This was big, we knew. This was dark, we … Continue reading

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