Facebook insists that they hold up a mirror to society. But they do more than that: they shape it.
So why do they keep pushing the “mirror” analogy? Ah, well, that’s…the question.
A common thread connects the recent muddles that management at both Facebook and New York Times fell into.
The day of the #BlackLivesMatter protest: when Trump walked across Lafayette Park and held up a Bible.
All the Covid-19 data curators, models, visualizers, dashboards, graphics, maps, interactives, and projections: in one place.
I squinted at wonky websites for hours so you didn’t have to. Here is the result: a guide to Democratic healthcare plans for dummies (like me).
No matter who the nominee, they will be slimed by the right-wing machine. Vote for who you like, but steel yourselves to the coming onslaught.
I will vote for any Democratic nominee against Trump. But I do have my favorites.
Who actually has leverage in the Impeachment fight? Is it Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnell, or Trump?
(Featured image: The Prologue and the Promise, Robert McCall)
The movie Back to the Future in the 1980s imagined a millennium with flying cars and hoverboards. My “Utopia” is more pragmatic and less fanciful. I don’t want flying cars. I just want some irritants to go away and some basic problems solved. I wants some checks that are sitting right in front of us, forgotten, to be cashed.
Two Republican Senators have made public comments that show that they cannot be fair jurors in Trump’s impeachment trial. They must recuse.