Nuerologica - It's little more than the return of patent medicine, complete with unaccountable ingredients listing, and worst than that it can kill. This poor guy survived the massive overdosing on Green Tea, but his health isn't likely to be the same. Regulations might not always protect you, but the supplement industry repeatedly . . .
NYT - While the process that allows Apple to take a slower and more thoughtful approach to aggregation matches their ethos, it probably isn't the panacea the media industry needs for its problems. As TFA says, their model isn't making a lot of money for the linked stories. It's also likely that aggregation costs more than the 30% . . .
The Quietus - The idea of using a novel's place in the cannon to properly review is certainly a grandiose thing to do for a new release. On the other hand, when people write about 9-11, things are going to get heavy. I have two complaints about the review. One, this list is missing Jonathan Safran Foer's excellent Extremely Loud And . . .
Vox - This article is worth sharing just for the historical evolution of the Snow White story. Personally, I like Neil Gaiman’s take on the story. However what really made me share this was that Ben Shaprio reacted to this by acting as if Kristen Bell was asking for Snow White to be banned, when instead it was about how she contextualized the . . .