~12 min read · 55 saves · From 2018 · The irony of the op-ed’s depressing reemergence is that everything is an op-ed now. The op-edization of all writing should have rendered its traditional purveyors redundant. Why read a Times columnist when you can read the same opinion delivered with more style and energy almost anywhere else? But even as internet writers refine and defend and reiterate their opinions—an archipelago of converging takes—so-called traditional outlets have consolidated their influence.
273 saves · From 2016 · This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. This means you're free to copy and share these comics (but not to sell them). More details.
6 min read · 43 saves · 2020-10-02 · Here’s an eclectic list, from scientists Ayana Johnson and Katharine Wilkinson, containing books, essays, a newsletter, an archival scientific paper and even legislation.