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(What's Left of) Our Economy: New Yorker Coverage that Follows the Crowd

Since yesterday brought my first appearance in that supposed paragon of journalistic excellence, The New Yorker, it’s important to present all the context that staff writer Adam Davidson left out, and that was somehow ignored by the magazine’s legendary but evidently slipping fact-checking staff. 613 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Playing with my gadget; Watching Donald squirm; Adam Davidson

Some quick notes:

1.) The other day, I was looking for something in my secretary and found an old iPhone. I don’t even know how old it is. 653 more words


Readings: "Worklife"

Adam Davidson’s article on “Cleaning Up” from the New York Times Magazine (2/28/16) is something that we should take very seriously this presidential cycle–a little bit of Trump’s so-called business sense, a little bit of Sanders’s idealistic equality, and so forth. 604 more words