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Barely Related: The Interview didn't go well

Happy holidays, everyone! Welcome to Barely Related, a conversational Friday column that presents the non-gaming news stories that we, the Joystiq staff, have been talking about over the past week. And no, we're not stopping our focus on industry an...

Journalism Educator “Hates” Republicans and Loves Marxism

A feminist professor of communications at the University of Michigan has become a laughingstock for a poorly-sourced column in a socialist newspaper about the academic basis for hating Republicans.

STAR WARS: The Phasma Menace

House-Keeping! Barring significant Star Wars news (and I’m not sure what the bar for “significant” is, but I’ll know it if I see it) this is gonna be the last S7AR WARS column of 2014. At a scant 30 entries old, we’ve crossed the barrier where the newest Star Wars movie is now LESS than a year away. Show More Summary

SL Letter of the Day: A Thank-You Note (And Bonus Thank-You Pic)

3 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

I'm a 28-year-old straight man and my wife is a 31-year-old mostly straight woman. We have been married for four years. I recently discovered the lovecast and your column, and my wife and I have been voraciously consuming back episodes ever since. Show More Summary

What Has Layers and Feels Like Getting Laid? The Gangster Lasagna Boo

This is a new, semi-regular cooking column by Jean Grae. Read more...

Culling The Classics: Paradise Lost

4 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Sifting through history, one classic at a time. Column by Brian McGackin It's December, so everything around us is screaming Christmas. It's inescapable. What better way to celebrate the birth of God Jr. than to read a book about God Sr. Show More Summary

When a company is run by droids

This column was originally to be focused on Uber, which allowed its shortage algorithm to increase the prices of taxis out of the Sydney central business district by four times during the recent hostage episode--and who, at first, responded...Show More Summary

A Great Place to Work Can’t Be Found on a List

Few companies recognize that it’s not the number of hours their people work that determines the value they create, but rather the energy they bring to the hours they work, writes Tony Schwartz in the Life@Work column.

Jim Harbaugh Doesn't Fuck Around At Laser Tag

7 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Jim Harbaugh, who might become the next head coach at Michigan and get very rich along the way, is not a man who takes laser tag lightly. We know this thanks to a new column about Harbaugh on MLive, which contains this anecdote: Read more...

As Vaping Rises to Record Highs, Smoking Falls to Record Lows

7 hours agoNews : Reason

The latest data from the Monitoring the Future Study, published on Tuesday, confirm that vaping rates and smoking rates among teenagers are moving in opposite directions. As I note in my latest Forbes column, that fact is inconvenient for the alarmists who keep warning that e-cigarettes are a menace o the youth of America. Show More Summary

Fucking With Feministing: Vaginal Orgasms

Welcome to the second installment of Fucking with Feministing (check out our first installment here)! This monthly sex advice column is the place where readers get feminist advice on my favorite subject! I’m Sesali and I’ll be your resident sexpert with the help of our friends at the Center for Sex & Culture (CSC) who […]

NSFW: Special Magenta Snowflake

NSFW is a weekly op-ed column in which I talk about whatever's on my mind. Sometimes it'll have something to do with the technology we cover here on iMore; sometimes it'll be whatever pops into my head. Your questions, comments and observations are welcome. Show More Summary

Verizon Pushing Windows Phone 8.1 to Lumia 928, 822

Verizon Wireless today made Windows Phone 8.1 with the Denim update available to the Lumia 928 and Lumia 822. Windows Phone 8.1 adds Cortana, adjustable home screen columns, and other features. The update is free. Microsoft said WP8.1 for the Lumia Icon is on deck for early 2015.

Younger generation sparks positive change in industry

In order to write my final column in this series, I reflected on all of the material I’ve studied while writing about millennials for the past year.

The Gilded Age of Biglaw’: Biglaw Culture Breeds Big Bonuses, But Little Diversity

If you are reading this, then you probably believe you have a social responsibility. This column is for you. This column is for the crusaders of change.

Matt Evans: Defending Kevin Cramer To Conservatives

Someone has kidnapped Matt Evans and written this column under his name.  Evans, you see, is a tireless critic of government.  He has no tolerance for politicians who don’t say what they mean.  He is ready to throw anyone under the bus the moment they vote contrary to the way they’re supposed to.  He likes...

A Generation of People Shunned Standards in Writing and Journalism...You Won't BELIEVE What Happened Next!

10 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

The Internet has given everybody a voice, but are we being conscientious enough about the way we're talking to one another? Column by John Jarzemsky Let me be clear from the start: the sky is not falling. This essay is about what's happened...Show More Summary

Putin's Steroids Take a Toll

Take a look Paul Krugman's column on the rapid deterioration of the Russian economy. The drop in oil prices has of course played a central role in Russia's woes. The sanctions regime stemming from the Ukraine crisis has played a major contributing role. Show More Summary

Complicating the network: The year in social media research

This column has again reviewed hundreds of papers over the past year and tried to select a diverse mix of research that speaks to important issues. Here are a dozen papers from 2014 that we feel may be worth your time. We asked Amy Schmitz Weiss, associate professor in the School of Journalism & Media...

Morning Report for December 19, 2014

No more advertising column in the New York Times? (nypost.com) | Departing columnist Stuart Elliott‘s farewell front page. (@stephcliff) | More farewells on Elliott’s twitter feed. David S. Bernstein tries to find out “what the hell happened to Boston.com.” (bostonmagazine.com) Raju Narisetti proposes a Journalist Rescue Fund. (niemanlab.org) | Related snark. … Read More

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