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Christine Riccio, the most popular of the bunch: “I was reading a lot of books, and I had no one to discuss them with. I was like, ‘I’ll be lucky if I ever get 500 subscribers over here.'” She now has more than 400,000. Reporter Concepción de León meets Riccio and several of her fellows at VidCon (yes, it’s sort of like ComicCon, but for videomakers)
“The 14-line poem, by a young poet named Anders Carlson-Wee, was posted on the magazine’s website on July 5. Called ‘How-To,’ and seemingly written in the voice of a homeless person begging for handouts, it offered advice on how to play on the moral self-regard of passers-by by playing up, or even inventing, hardship. But after a firestorm of criticism on social media over a white poet’s attempt at black vernacular, … the magazine said it had made a ‘serious mistake’ in publishing it.”
Denmark fines first woman for violating ‘burqa ban’ DW
Have smartphones killed the art of conversation?: A decade of digital dependency – 02 August 2018 – “Most people in the UK are dependent on their digital devices and need a constant connection to the internet, according to research published today by Ofcom…
Ofcom’s Communications Market Report is our most comprehensive study of how communications services in the UK are changing.
A man who stripped naked before working out at a New Hampshire gym told police officers that he thought he was in a "Judgement Free Zone," before being arrested.
“‘We didn’t let girls do it in the old days,’ a judge said. ‘Inappropriate,’ a higher court ruled.” Deanna Paul of The Washington Post has an article that begins, “Buried in a footnote, the brief rebuke nonetheless marked a notable step in abridging gender discrimination in the legal workplace: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit scolded a veteran judge for making sexist comments in his Houston courtroom, calling his remarks ‘demeaning, inappropriate, and beneath the dignity’ of his profession.”
“Liberal activists embrace ‘dark money’ in Supreme Court fight”: Michelle Ye Hee Lee has this article in today’s edition of The Washington Post
Why Are Humans So Obsessed With Labyrinths?