Joel McLean

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How to Create a Social Media Marketing Strategy in 8 Easy Steps

A social media marketing strategy is a summary of everything you plan to do and hope to achieve on social media. It guides your actions and lets you …

Social Media

Everything You Need to Know About F8 Announcements: 8 New Things You Can Do With Facebook

March 27, 2015<p>Share<p>Whether you’re a social media professional or a regular netizen, Facebook has become so ingrained in our lives that we can’t help …

Otis Wheeler on Twitter: "The editing technique that would come to define late Godard was conceptualized 20 years previously (Alphaville, 1965) http://t.co/2V7OaL9OOP"

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Stephen Fortune on Twitter: "The sense-making loop for data analytics, a contemporary update of von Uexküll's sensory-motor circuitry http://t.co/Y6bNo2bBZQ"

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How poet W.S. Merwin found paradise by planting palm trees

<b>JUDY WOODRUFF:</b><p>And now a writer of words and planter of trees.<p>Jeffrey Brown has the story.<p><b>JEFFREY BROWN:</b><p>It’s Hawaii, so, yes, you do expect to see a …

Native Hawaiians

Safe Space for Capital

Throughout the recent string of gay-rights victories in the United States, the most vibrant celebrations could be found in so-called “gayborhoods” …

Tim Cawkwell's Cinema

“What I really wanted to do was to be a poet,” the American film-maker Stan Brakhage told an interviewer two months before he died in 2003, but early …

Neither lost nor found: On the trail of an elusive icon’s rarest film

Screening rats and bootleg-swappers always have a holy grail. It sits at the top of a list of titles, on a folded sheet of notebook paper or in a …

Living Rooms

Chris Rock Talks to Frank Rich About Ferguson, Cosby, and What ‘Racial Progress’ Really Means

In Conversation ChrisRock<p>What’s killing comedy.<br>What’s saving America.<p>Photographs by Martin Schoeller<p>The last time Frank Rich had a conversation with …

The Fame of Derek Walcott

Fame is the spur that the clear spirit doth raise<br>(That last infirmity of Noble mind)<br>To scorn delights, and live laborious dayes<br>—Milton, “Lycidas”<p>1. …

In the Trenches of the Facebook Election

For a profession locked in a perpetual psychodrama with Facebook, I think journalism <i>underestimates Facebook</i>. It’s not that journalists don’t pay …

Headline News Summaries, World News, and Breaking News

White Men

It was one of the funnier moments in my diversity research. I was interviewing a practitioner. She shared with me a story. She had been looking at …

A bunch of clips of Jean-Luc Godard being ornery

Why Walking Helps Us Think

In <i>Vogue</i>’<i>s</i> 1969 Christmas issue, Vladimir Nabokov offered some advice for teaching James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: “Instead of perpetuating the pretentious nonsense of Homeric, chromatic, and visceral chapter headings, instructors should prepare maps of Dublin with Bloom’s and Stephen’s intertwining …

Poets and Money

“If people only read poetry, which you can never stop poets producing even when you pay them nothing at all, then the law of copyright would …

What's Wrong With Baseball?

Over at the <i>New Yorker</i>, Ben McGrath has a brief, characteristically thoughtful essay up about a question that people have been asking basically for as …