You were a girl who wanted to choose your own adventures. Which is to say, you were a girl who never had adventures. You always followed the rules.
A conversation with Aza Raskin on inventing the infinite scroll, how social media has harmed the fabric of society, and the importance of listening to other people—and animals, too. Aza Raskin, an advocate for ethics in technology, was born and raised in Silicon Valley.
Jack Kerouac invented a fantasy baseball game with homemade cards that he played well into adulthood. After he played the games, he wrote them up using the fevered prose he found on the sports pages.
A few weeks ago my house had a septic-tank emergency, which is as awful as it sounds. As unspeakable things began to burble up from my shower drain, I did what any smartphone-dependent person would: I frantically Googled something along the lines of poop coming from shower drain bad what to do.
I LEFT A voice message for Dave the day he died.  I don’t know if he heard it. He didn’t call back. It wouldn’t have made any difference one way or the other to what happened next, but it’s not the message I would have left if I had known what he was planning.
This is a list of the best writing tips on the internet. It’s a mix of common advice and personal insights from famous and not-so-famous authors.
Some of these are old, some are new (to me), some are still to be read. But as I transition jobs these books are more important. I’ve got some reading to do.
Old songs now represent 70 percent of the U.S. music market, according to the latest numbers from MRC Data, a music-analytics firm. Those who make a living from new music—especially that endangered species known as the working musician—should look at these figures with fear and trembling.
Giving February a cover in the new journal. Let’s go, Bullet Journal!