‘Cat Person’ discourse returns after a writer reveals the story included details from her life
Some details were so similar that the author was asked if she wrote 'Cat Person.'
On Jul 8, 2021 by Michelle Jaworski
Media men are defending Jeffrey Toobin for masturbating on a work call
You don't have to defend sexual harassment. Ever.
On Oct 20, 2020 by David Covucci
‘Zoom D*ck’ trends after New Yorker reporter masturbates on work call (updated)
The legal analyst for the New Yorker and CNN has since been suspended.
On Oct 19, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
Mark Zuckerberg wrote an algorithm to beat a teen at Scrabble
The Facebook CEO couldn't let a teen beat him.
On Sep 11, 2018 by Christina Bonnington
Trump reportedly rigged votes in Miss Universe pageants
The fixes were in.
On Feb 20, 2018 by Ellen Ioanes
Why everyone’s talking about ‘Cat Person,’ the most relatable short story of 2017
The fictional short story was relatable to many women.
On Dec 11, 2017 by Tiffany Kelly
LinkedIn message makes sense of every single ‘New Yorker’ cartoon
It might be even better than 'Christ, what an asshole.'
On Sep 25, 2015 by Josh Katzowitz
Microsoft is teaching computers how to laugh at New Yorker cartoons
Its artificial intelligence algorithm closely approximates a human sense of humor.
On Aug 12, 2015 by Dylan Love
5 reasons you should be obsessed with the ‘Hot Dudes Reading’ Instagram account
Fall in love.
On Feb 17, 2015 by Michael Alan Connelly
Michael Chabon whitesplains Kendrick Lamar’s new single in record time
The celebrated novelist and Pulitzer Prize winner took it upon himself to translate Kendrick Lamar for a (lame) audience.
On Feb 10, 2015 by Miles Klee
New Yorker music critic Sasha Frere-Jones leaves for bro startup
Genius's rebranding continues.
On Jan 12, 2015 by Audra Schroeder
Weird Twitter’s plagiarism police have a new target: Malcolm Gladwell
Gladwell may have bigger problems than his pseudo-facts.
On Dec 11, 2014 by Miles Klee
The 5 types of ‘Gone Girl’ essays you never need to read
We've had quite enough of these, thanks.
On Oct 10, 2014 by Miles Klee