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Evercade’s retro portable made me fall out of love with game cartridges
It's the 21st century—just let me download some ROMs.
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  • As budget-priced retro hardware goes, you could do much worse than the Evercade.
  • Pac-Man never looked so good, except on some of its other countl… [+8383 chars]
    Kyle Orland
    2020-06-19 10:30:43




What if we treated Confederate symbols the way we treated the defeated Nazis? | John Semley
It would be absurd for the grandkids of Nazis to drive cars with swastika bumper stickers. Yet something similar happens in the US all the timeEarlier this month, amid America’s ongoing confrontation with its racist legacy – which has seen monuments to Jeffer…
Earlier this month, amid Americas ongoing confrontation with its racist legacy which has seen monuments to Jefferson Davis toppled, the Mississippi state flag lowered, Gone With the Wind pulled from … [+5536 chars]
John Semley
2020-07-02 06:15:44




Juneteenth: "Emancipation is a marker of progress for white Americans, not black ones."
Today is Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating the long-delayed emancipation of enslaved Black people in Texas on June 19, 1865. In the New Yorker, historian and Columbia University journalism professor Jelani Cobb writes that, "Emancipation is a marker of progre…
Today is Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating the long-delayed emancipation of enslaved Black people in Texas on June 19, 1865. In the New Yorker, historian and Columbia University journalism professor … [+3487 chars]
David Pescovitz
2020-06-19 15:34:53




The Tumultuous History of Atlantic City’s Salt Water Taffy
As urban legend has it, a man named David Bradley owned a confectionary stand on the Atlantic City boardwalk, at the turn of the 20th century. After a night of heavy storming, Bradley returned to find his stand flooded and his candies soaked with seawater. He…
As urban legend has it, a man named David Bradley owned a confectionary stand on the Atlantic City boardwalk, at the turn of the 20th century. After a night of heavy storming, Bradley returned to fin… [+4269 chars]
Michael K. Bergin
2020-07-03 14:00:00




The Endangered Internet Archive Is Full of Treasures
The Internet Archive set out in the 1990s with an improbable mission to become the “Library of Alexandria Two”; by 2020, they’ve arguably surpassed that goal, plus delivered their collection straight to the masses. It’s the only repository where a NASA recap …
The Internet Archive set out in the 1990s with an improbable mission to become the Library of Alexandria Two; by 2020, theyve arguably surpassed that goal, plus delivered their collection straight to… [+11181 chars]
Whitney Kimball
2020-06-24 18:00:00




Welcome to the 21st Century: How to Plan for the Post-Covid Future
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May 27th, 2020 The 20th century didnt really begin in the year 1900, it began in 1914, when the assassination of Austrian Archduke Ferdinand triggered long-simmering international tensions and the w… [+40085 chars]

2020-06-09 11:25:01




23 Books That Are Better If You Listen To Them
From Malcolm Gladwell's hybrid audiobook/podcast to Jessica Simpson's memoir with original music — these are the books you really need to listen to.View Entire Post ›
Before she was the Stanford victim whose impact statement shook the world, she was Chanel Miller. Know My Name is a reclaiming of her identity, telling the story of her assault, its traumatic afterma… [+9908 chars]
Arianna Rebolini
2020-06-30 15:40:43




Kesha Covers T. Rex’s “Children of the Revolution”: Listen
For the upcoming, star-studded Marc Bolan tribute album, produced by the late Hal Willner
This September will see the release of a new star-studded tribute album to Marc Bolan, put together by the late Hal Willner. Today, Kesha has shared her cover of the T. Rex classic Children of the Re… [+1194 chars]
Sam Sodomsky
2020-06-24 15:28:01




Wanted dead or archive: how film-makers repurpose old footage
Werner Herzog did it with Grizzly Man, Adam McKay did it with Vice – from archival libraries to old film canisters from charity shops, the past is waiting to be brought to lifeA child sits on a rock ledge buckling his shoe. The camera zooms towards a mysterio…
A child sits on a rock ledge buckling his shoe. The camera zooms towards a mysterious dark shape behind him as the boy scampers towards us in fright. A black bear has just lumbered into view. We may … [+7037 chars]
Rupert Clague
2020-07-03 09:00:16




Tom Morello Responds to Angry Fans Who Suddenly Realize That Rage Against the Machine’s Music Is Political: “What Music of Mine DIDN’T Contain Political BS?”
“I, Dancing Bear,” a song by an obscure folk artist who goes by the name Birdengine, begins thus: There are some things that I just do not care to know It’s a lovely little tune, if maudlin and macabre are your thing, a song one might almost call anti-politic…
I, Dancing Bear, a song by an obscure folk artist who goes by the name Birdengine, begins thus: There are some things that I just do not care to know Its a lovely little tune, if maudlin and macabr… [+4353 chars]
Josh Jones
2020-06-11 14:00:22




Prominent LGBTQ+ Technologists, Past and Present
As we celebrate Pride Month, it’s worth taking some time to think about some of the prominent members of the LGBTQ+ community who have not only made great
As we celebrate Pride Month, its worth taking some time to think about some of the prominent members of the LGBTQ+ community who have not only made great strides in technology, but also advocated for… [+7209 chars]

2020-06-18 13:30:38




How the Evangelical Mind Was Born
Russell Pulliam reviews Charles Cotherman's historical sketch of the 20th-century evangelical mind, “To Think Christianly.”
Historian Mark Noll once famously worried about the scandal of the evangelical mind, contending that Christians had turned their backs on the academic world. Decades before Noll’s concern, a small gr… [+11138 chars]
Russell Pulliam
2020-06-10 04:02:00




The Weird Retro-Futurism of Pandemic Life
In some ways, the pandemic put time on fast-forward. In others, it transported us back—way back—into the past.
I think I first noticed it sometime in April. After the global coronavirus pandemic shut down our city, and our quarantine days started to melt into one another, my partner and I settled into a routi… [+14466 chars]
Ashley Fetters
2020-06-25 14:22:00




Emma Watts Named President, Motion Picture Group At Paramount
Paramount Pictures today announced that former Twentieth Century Fox film executive Emma Watts has been appointed President, Paramount Motion Picture Group, reporting to Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos. Watts will begin her new position eff…
BREAKING: Paramount Pictures today tapped former Twentieth Century Fox film executive Emma Watts to be President, Paramount Motion Picture Group, reporting to Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Jim … [+5232 chars]
Mike Fleming
2020-06-30 21:42:17




Kesha – “Children Of The Revolution” (T. Rex Cover)
In April, the longtime Saturday Night Live music producer Hal Willner died from complications of COVID-19 at the age of 64. Before his death, Willner was working on his dream project: AngelHeaded Hipster, a tribute album dedicated to the music of glam gods T.…
In April, the longtime Saturday Night Live music producer Hal Willner died from complications of COVID-19 at the age of 64. Before his death, Willner was working on his dream project: AngelHeaded Hip… [+1828 chars]
Tom Breihan
2020-06-24 15:11:16




Country Grammar Turns 20
Nobody can take credit for "Down Down Baby." "Down Down Baby" is a part of American folkloric tradition, a clapping-game chant that goes back, at the very least, to the mid-20th century. It's tough to trace "Down Down Baby," a tune that children taught each o…
Nobody can take credit for “Down Down Baby.” “Down Down Baby” is a part of American folkloric tradition, a clapping-game chant that goes back, at the very least, to the mid-20th century. It’s tough t… [+10772 chars]
Tom Breihan
2020-06-26 15:27:32




Hear Mixes of Japanese Pop, Jazz, Funk, Disco, Soul, and R&B from the 70s and 80s
Franz Kafka’s unfinished first novel, published by his literary executor Max Brod as Amerika, tells the story of a young European exiled in New York City. He has a series of madcap adventures, winds up in Oklahoma as a “technical worker,” and adopts the name …
Franz Kafkas unfinished first novel, published by his literary executor Max Brod as Amerika, tells the story of a young European exiled in New York City. He has a series of madcap adventures, winds u… [+3949 chars]
Josh Jones
2020-06-12 19:01:04




Does it really matter if Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben get retired?
Racist brand logos depicting Black servitude to whites reinforced stereotypes and cruel power dynamics before being shattered in a cultural reckoning.
Some brands are beginning to alter their names and logos as they face increasing pressure to diversify and combat racism. USA TODAY The big broom of history has been clearing out the rubble this mo… [+9594 chars]
USA TODAY, Brent Schrotenboer, USA TODAY
2020-06-22 08:06:09




How Black People Created All Your Favorite Music
In a long-overdue show of support for Black Lives Matter, on June 2, the music industry went silent as part of the #TheShowMustBePaused initiative. The aim was to reflect on the black communities from which it profits. While the gesture was just that, the has…
In a long-overdue show of support for Black Lives Matter, on June 2, the music industry went silent as part of the #TheShowMustBePaused initiative. The aim was to reflect on the black communities fro… [+6505 chars]
Sarah Osei
2020-06-12 15:21:07




Hear Kesha Cover T. Rex’s ‘Children of the Revolution’
Pop star will be featured on Angelheaded Hipster compilation in tribute to Marc Bolan
Kesha delivers a high-octane performance of the T. Rex classic “Children of the Revolution” for a new compilation album, the Hal Willner-produced Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan and T. R… [+1386 chars]
Claire Shaffer
2020-06-24 12:38:57
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