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Monthly Archives: December 2022
Breaking Out of the #MeToo Movie Formula
How “Women Talking” and “Tár” make the discourse around the movement feel thrillingly unfamiliar. Source linkRead More »
Your Memories. Their Cloud.
Google, Apple and Meta offer near-limitless digital basements in which to store photos, videos and important documents, but you should keep a copy of what you hold most dear. Source linkRead More »
Their Mothers Were Teenagers. They Didn’t Want That for Themselves.
Teen pregnancies have plummeted, as has child poverty. The result is a profound change in the forces that bring opportunity between generations. Source linkRead More »
Tesla Had a Bad Year. Some Investors Are Blaming Elon Musk.
Investors blame Elon Musk and wonder how much more the stock will fall. Source linkRead More »
Biden Issues Six Pardons, Most for Minor Drug Offenses
Among those who received a pardon was an Ohio woman who shot her abusive husband nearly 50 years ago, a case that called attention to trauma from domestic violence. Source linkRead More »
Google Changes Appeals Process for Suspected Child Abuse Images
People who upload images of children that Google flags as potentially illegal will be able to provide more context to appeal bans. Source linkRead More »
Librarians Are Meeting Younger Readers Where They Are: TikTok
The pandemic hurt children’s reading skills. Librarians are doing what it takes to connect them with books — including dance routines. Source linkRead More »
Turning Sports Statistics Into Riveting Cinema
Jon Bois and his collaborators specialize in documentaries about seemingly unremarkable teams. Then he wields charts and graphs to spellbinding effect. Source linkRead More »
Five Action Movies to Stream Now
From comedic secret agents to melodramatic comic book heroes, this month’s action picks bend the genre. Source linkRead More »