Archive for March, 2012
Buh-Bye, DVDs! Americans Now Watch More Movies Online Than on DVD or Blu-ray
In 2012, people will watch more movies online than they will on physical media such as DVDs and Blu-ray. For the first time in the history of the entertainment industry, more people will consume media via a digital format than a physical one. […]
What Comes After the Hipster? We Ask the Experts
Hipsterdom appears to be on the wane ,so what’s next for American
youth-based movements? We asked several intrepid thinkers, writers,
and academic types to hazard a guess.
Sex Will Change Totally, Liza Mundy Predicts In New Book ‘The Richer Sex’
The main proposition of Liza Mundy’s new book “The Richer Sex,” […]
Ben Gazzara as Charles Bukowski explains Style
Ben Gazzara performs Charles Bukowski’s poem “Style,” from Marco Ferreri’s film Tales of Ordinary Madness.
How We Cured “the Culture of Poverty,” Not Poverty Itself
Fifty years later, a new discovery of poverty is long overdue. This time, we’ll have to take account not only of stereotypical Skid Row residents […]
Godin to authors: You have no right to make money any more
The rise of the amateur, powered by the democratization of distribution provided by the Web and social media, is something that is disrupting virtually every form of content that can be converted into bits.
Women increasingly single, man increasingly sad
Even when men are desirable to […]
on the career of Philip K. Dick,up to and including The Exegesis.
Making Sure That “No” means “No,” not “Yes” or “Maybe”
I submit that the statement that clarification of “no” is a buzzkill is a tactic to get around ethical sexual consent so those interested parties can have their preferred forms of sexual high, which […]