The documentary about Kathleen Hanna, The Punk Singer, is now on Netflix. I devoured this chat between Kathleen Hanna and Gloria Steinem.
I am slowly making my way through The Billfold's great feature, Doing Money, on how people manage money, what they earn, and how they spend and save.
WTF is normcore? This New York Times feature helps sort it out a bit.
Meg Biram's Get Shit Done is one of the most useful blog features around.
"But I think there’s probably a simpler reason,” he said, “which is these guys are just jerks, and women know it." Technology's Man Problem is a good read.
The Comedian Comedians Were Afraid Of, on Patrice O'Neal and his talent, both for making people squirm and making them laugh. O’Neal believed that stand-up—if it was any good—had to take prisoners, that it was always at someone’s expense. And if anybody was going to be uncomfortable, it wasn’t going to be him.
Get lost in MIT's fantastic resource, Open Courseware. American Consumer Culture. Social Theory and the City.
Photo from The LIFE Archives.