I Saw the Best Socialists of My Generation Cancel Allen Ginsberg

Ginsberg’s politics were consistent only in how he proclaimed whatever it took to convince his willing following that there was something dangerous in attending a poetry reading.

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All My Friends Live In My Phone and So Do I Part IV: The Anxious and the Bored

Without delving into senseless techno-pessimism or generational abstractions, we have to ask what this technology is doing to us, and how it structures our lives.

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Poor Readers, Bad Mystics: Alex Honnold and the Heights of Masculinity

Depending on how you see it, Alex Honnold has two ways to die: by falling off a mountain, or falling out of the frame.

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All My Friends Live In My Phone and So Do I Part III: Two Houses

The establishment of the new role, the consumer of computers for the home, was only made possible by the proliferation of new form factors and roles for computers.

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Notified Off The Wagon

Alcoholism and alcohol abuse are already serious problems that are poised to be exacerbated by becoming horrific bedfellows with digital addictions.

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All My Friends Live In My Phone and So Do I Part II: A Genealogy of Silicon

Computers were fun once. They were fun in the way that rally cars are fun: for the people who got deeply into them, the real joy derived from learning how they worked.

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The Rules for Black Women Dating White Men in 2019

If you decide to date a white boy / You are no longer pro black.

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