Charles Mudade explains how Uber and Lyft reduce taxi cab racism.
That’s what I’ve been saying! Sometimes creative industry is more about what the creators want to create than what consumers want or need to consume.
NFL viewership is plummeting. Should networks be worried?
Given what he did to the USFL, I suppose it makes sense Donald Trump would destroy the NFL, too.
Turn on the lights: Men are better that way.
Is Law & Order SVU going soft on crime? It’d be weird if they deviated from their Freaks Everywhere formula.
Erik P Hoel ponders what books can offer that television and movies can’t. Different stories lend themselves to different media, and there are some stories that are simply better told in print. The biggest thing, though, is that books require less capital and so allow for more individual effort and experimentation.
Noah Berlatsky reviews The Day After, which was featured in the most recent season of The Americans. I hear a lot about how that movie scared people, but for me the Cold War was winding down when I saw it.