At WWD, John Koblin takes a look at the troubles at Newsweek. You don't need to speculate much to figure out why, in an age of Wikileaks and the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street, of cameraphoned sic semper tyrannis and nuclear-armed theocracy, this particular news weekly is not working. You just need to look at the cover.
Jenny Odell is an artist and critic whose Bureau of Suspended Objects report on dropshipping (previously) was a fascinating dive into the weird, scammy world of crapgadgets and farcically poorly made fashion items sold through a network of "influencers" and turnkey ecommerce tool.
“If he wins, his many overseas deals would create a national security nightmare.” That’s the tease for the cover story in this week’s edition of Newsweek, which contains a bombshell Kurt Eichenwald report detailing presidential candidate Donald Trump’s financial conflicts of interest. “HOW THE TRUMP ORGANIZATION’S FOREIGN BUSINESS TIES COULD UPEND U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY” is […]
Building blocks are among a child’s first, and arguably, most important, toys. Once they start stacking one tentatively on top of another, the blocks not only spark waves of creativity, but actual real-world understanding of scientific principles like engineering and physics. It wouldn’t even be a stretch to call blocks on of the first true […]
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It’s easy to be instantly dismissive about most Bluetooth speakers, especially small travel-sized units. Over the past few years, makers of every shape, size, and variety have started pounding out Bluetooth speakers, many barely able to sound much better than your smartphone speaker, let alone provide the bass and volume heft of legitimate portable speakers […]