@davidwatts: I liked that it didn't have a twist. We've had so many "it's the last person you'd ever suspect!" (Top of Lake, Broadchurch) that it's almost become cliche.
@boxes: And it worked for years!
On Meet The Awl
@Rod T: I've been carefully composing my listicle without commentary "Canadian people of Jewish descent, as identified by Wikipedia category" for five years. Can't rush these things.
It doesn't matter how elegant or innovative the interface you create is, eventually someone's going to slap a full screen takeover ad over the top of it.
@Setec Astrology: Follow the second link to the Powell Memo.
"Gentrifiers don't appreciate Spike Lee's rants on gentrification"
@Ron Mwangaguhunga: I agree. I'm enjoying the show, but Michelle Monaghan's part is criminally underwritten, given how important her motivations and actions are to the plot.
So the "how to" here is write so much awesome stuff that Mike O'Malley will call you up and offer you a job? Fair enough. I still think about the Kanye-Gaslighting article a lot.
Congrats and good luck Cord!
A world in which Stevie Nicks writes Game of Thrones fanfic poetry is a world that is a little better than it was before.
A 10,000 word alt-text for the 10,000th post has a beautiful symmetry to it.