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Stories No. 23 - Liz Dosta

The Road to Success
by Liz Dosta

Part 1

Today I rode the train with too many things. I had two bags, a cup of coffee, and a book about self-control. 700 more words

Writing

Legendary Cartoonist Robert Crumb on the Massacre in Paris

The ex-pat artist, who has lived in France for 25 years, talks to the Observer about his new cartoon of Muhammed

Robert Crumb is considered by many to be the single best cartoonist America has ever produced. 2,037 more words

News

Being Scandalous by Anastasia Rubis

Simone de Beauvoir writes in The Second Sex that women have not created art as great as men’s because of their overwhelming desire to please. The truly original writer is “always scandalous,” and women’s desire to please keeps them from daring to “irritate, explore, explode.” 412 more words

North American Review

Kirshenbaum and Artificial Intelligence?

Recently I was revisiting the first chapter of Kirshenbaum’s Mechanics and I noticed something that really intrigued me. The first time I read Kirshenbaum I was really blown away by how he disassembled the preconceptions that many of us assume about the purpose of technology and how technology works. 421 more words

Peter Kaplan: Never Hold Your Best Stuff

Peter W. Kaplan, the editor of The New York Observer from 1994 to 2009, died Friday of cancer, The New York Times reported earlier this evening… 112 more words

Peter Kaplan

Peter Kaplan: Never Hold Your Best Stuff

Peter W. Kaplan, the editor of The New York Observer from 1994 to 2009, died Friday of cancer, The New York Times reported earlier this evening… 1,937 more words

Peter Kaplan

MY OBSERVATION: NEW YORK OBSERVER

MY OBSERVATION: NEW YORK OBSERVER

Here’s what I know about the New York Observer, “chronicling the latest developments in finance, media, real estate, politics, society, tech and culture with an insider’s perspective, a keen sense of curiosity and a sharp wit. 311 more words