Mass Media and the Vertigo of Interpretation (teaser)

The US media has proven vastly incompetent in recent years and is unsurprisingly suffering historically low levels of public trust. Tumultuous change in the industry, most significantly in marketing strategy, over the past several decades precipitated today’s polarized, histrionic media environment, while emergent technologies in data analytics and advertising have enabled the exploitation of our... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden, Hypersexual Boogeyman (April 2019)

I admit it. The Biden controversy has kept me captivated for the past few days. It’s a mess, but it stuck out to me particularly because it seems to epitomize (in such borderline satirical perfection that it could pass as a right-wing parody piece) the ideological conflict within the Democratic Party. Given the, according to... Continue Reading →

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