Why the chase for clicks and analytics-based reporting may simultaneously kill the media and elect Trump

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Finding our way back to a Dark Ages of information one click at a time. By Andrew J. Pridgen In the old-media Dark Ages, only the office flu went viral. Articles were shared by passing them across the breakfast table. And liking something meant, you actually liked… Continue reading Why the chase for clicks and analytics-based reporting may simultaneously kill the media and elect Trump

Locals and Conservationists May Have to Make a Deal with the Devil to Save Squaw

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How to un-fuck Squaw Valley. (Click here to see why it’s fucked.) By Andrew J. Pridgen Squaw CEO Andy Wirth has become something of a sympathetic creature of late in that he has to continue to carry a party line that is completely out of step with… Continue reading Locals and Conservationists May Have to Make a Deal with the Devil to Save Squaw

Things a first-round pick should never say just after being selected to join the NFL

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April 28, 2016 at 5 p.m. PST the NFL Network will broadcast its annual National Legalized Slave Auction Day. If you’re one of the lucky ones to get jumped into the league, here’s a primer of some thoughts you might just want to keep under that flat-billed… Continue reading Things a first-round pick should never say just after being selected to join the NFL