We accept the unacceptable sometimes because it never occurs to us not to.
How much should cities even want Amazon’s HQ2? What should be they be willing to pay and do?
Stuff you shouldn’t forget to do. Even if you’re just a lurker.
Go watch Catastrophe because it is very funny and very good and, also, very real.
Picking a book at random from the “Hey check this out” list works out very well, at least this time.
Should you watch Amazon’s Bosch? Yes, so long as you’re willing to accept goodness rather than greatness.
Burt Likko fills in for Will Truman for this week’s aggregation of dozens of links to themed web randomness!
How the rise of “Amazon Art” and CSAs for local artists extends earlier business models—and how each needs the other to succeed.
A friend pointed me to this op-ed by Richard Russo in the New York Times about Amazon’s latest tactic to establish itself as the sole source for buying… well, everything, to be honest. Basically, the gist is this: …Amazon was encouraging customers to go into brick-and-mortar bookstores on Saturday, and use its price-check app (which…
So I’m trying to figure out how to make Amazon Associates work with the League. A number of people have suggested it as another good way to – I don’t want to say monetize, because we’re not trying to monetize – but to help fund the site’s basic operations. Anyways, here’s a book whose predecessors…