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“With more or less sincerity, people currently avow an aversion to useful effort. The avowal does not cover all effort, but only such as is of some use; it is, more particularly, such effort as is vulgarly recognized to be useful labor. Less repugnance is expressed as regards effort which brings gain without giving a... Continue Reading →
Over the winter I spent some time reading bibles' novel The Better Face of Fascism and corresponded with him a bit to learn more about the circumstances that led to such an unrelenting (I've decided that's the best word for it) novel. Find my review and interview here on Expat Press, or copy and paste... Continue Reading →
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 →