Tuesday, November 6

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Come On, Feel the Buzz

On Politico's brand of insider journalism.

Friday, November 2

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Slash and Burn

The rise of One Direction fanfiction that imagines the band members in relationships – with each other.

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Light Entertainment

An essay on Jimmy Savile, British television and child sexual abuse.

Monday, October 29

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Proust Wasn’t a Neuroscientist. Neither Was Jonah Lehrer.

The allure of conclusion-shaping and a wunderkind’s fall.

Friday, October 19

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Inside the Mansion -- and Mind -- of Kim Dotcom, the Most Wanted Man on the Net

The strange existence of the accused Internet pirate as he battles the U.S. government.

Friday, October 12

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Why Is This Man Running For President Of The Internet?

Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian launches an ambitious campaign.

Monday, October 1

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Interview: Nick Offerman

A conversation with Offerman, who plays Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation.

Thursday, September 27

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"The Best TV Show That's Ever Been"

An oral history of Cheers.

Wednesday, September 26

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The Perfect Level of Fame

A day at the mall with the cast of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

Friday, September 14

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The New New Girl

A profile of Mindy Kaling.

Friday, August 31

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In Search of the Living, Purring, Singing Heart of the Online Cat-Industrial Complex

Exploring the relationship between cats and the Internet in Japan.

Saturday, August 18

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How To Not Be The Biggest Asshole In Media: 4 Lessons I Learned From Meeting Jay Mariotti And Reading His Awful Book

“What follows is my attempt, based on a few increasingly hostile exchanges and a close reading of his terrible book, not only to examine why Mariotti is currently jobless but to explain why, in a sane world, he should forever remain that way. I present this as a cautionary tale for other sportswriters, both young and old.”