It's time to take a break from the news cycle and start working on your "to be read" pile.
While at times a bit cold, Ezra Klein's new book is a thoughtful place to start wrapping your head around the current political landscape.
Wiener refers to Facebook as the “social network everyone said they hated but no one could stop logging in to,” and Amazon as “an online superstore that had gotten its start in the nineties by selling books on the World Wide Web--not because the founder had a love of literature, but because he had a love of consumers.”
The internet is changing language as we know it. Gretchen McCulloch is validating our online lives.
Lisa Taddeo’s debut nonfiction work, “Three Women,” follows the intriguing sexual behaviors of Maggie, a high schooler in North Dakota, Lina, a suburban housewife of rural Indiana and Sloane, a successful restaurant owner on the East Coast, in a framework that resembles fiction, though the s…