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ANALYSIS: Media Obsession With Meme Journalist Taylor Lorenz Is Out of Control

Most journalists don't get their own glowing profile published in the New York Times, especially the ones who also work at the Times. But then again, most journalists aren't Taylor Lorenz. For whatever reason, the extremely online Times reporter and thirty-something expert on teen culture is one of the most celebrated (and most profiled) media professionals of the modern age—the Robin DiAngelo of internet memes.

Bari Weiss Slams New York Times in Resignation Letter

Resignation details 'online venom' in the workplace

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Opinion editor Bari Weiss resigned from the New York Times Tuesday over the harassment she says she received from colleagues, according to a resignation letter she posted to her personal website on Tuesday.

REVIEW: ‘Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk’ by Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke

One of the basic premises of Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk is that our ability to give a damn about moralizing claims is a sort of “scarce resource.” So using moral claims to try to accomplish things has diminishing returns, suggest authors Justin Tosi and Brandon Warmke in this timely and sharp new work bridging philosophy with online culture.

History Is Whatever The New York Times Wants It To Be

Reporting on historic gay rights moment doesn't align with reality

New York TimesThe New York Times published a flurry of articles in June celebrating pride month with a particular focus on transgender women of color. Some of the reporting, however, suggested that history and facts don't really matter when it comes to atoning for the "erasure" of marginalized groups.

The Oldest Hatred Rears Its Head

This week in media anti-Semitism

New York TimesIt’s been more than two days now since the New York Times opinion page, policed closely by the paper’s readers and employees for evidence of bigotry, published an op-ed that approvingly cites the black anti-Semitism explained away in a fifty-year-old essay by the writer James Baldwin.