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The author behind Wicked and The Divine and Die comes to talk comics with Greg! Check Kieron out on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kierongillen
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Every day Greg Miller, Tim Gettys, and Nick Scarpino talk about the biggest stories in nerd culture.
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Anyone who has gone to the movies or picked up a comic book lately probably has encountered Brian’s work. He has been a consultant on such blockbusters as Guardians of the Galaxy, Iron Man, Captain America and X-Men. He’s an award-winning and bestselling creator of comic series and graphic novels. He’s the author of Words for Pictures, an intricate look at the making of comic books and graphic novels, based in part on classes he teaches at PSU. His theme is storytelling, and how important it is to create a distinct voice if you want to be heard by an increasingly fragmented audience.
A long-running inferiority complex, vast statutory power, a chilling new directive from the top—inside America’s unfolding immigration tragedy.
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The Internet, which connects us to each other in ways that were pretty unimaginable to most people a century ago, has become a totally casual part of daily life. It’s changed so much: from the way we do business to the way we unlock our front doors. But it’s also changed the way we see ourselves and our relationships to other people. We live in a time when even children are able to use social media to juggle a front-facing, personal brand with their imperfect, true selves; and when a small gaffe could bring the rage of hundreds of thousands of strangers into your life.
So Soleil wanted to take a step back and ask, how did things get this way? And does the Internet have to be like this? First, you’ll hear from Dr. Alice Marwick, an expert on social media and online privacy, on what happens when a person becomes a meme. Then you’ll hear from Helen Rosner, the food reporter for the New Yorker, on how getting really into Internet humor and irony as a teen colored the way she connects with people now. We hope you enjoy the show!
Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/bitch-media/popaganda-when-people-become-internet-memes
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Tim Cook spoke at the 2018 Fortune CEO initiative in San Francisco. He discussed the company’s core beliefs and ideals.
FORTUNE is a global leader in business journalism with a worldwide circulation of more than 1 million and a readership of nearly 5 million, with major franchises including the FORTUNE 500 and the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For. FORTUNE Live Media extends the brand’s mission into live settings, hosting a wide range of annual conferences, including the FORTUNE Global Forum.
Fortune Magazine is published by Time Inc.
Tad Friend profiles the creator of “Atlanta.”
Official Post from Do By Friday: No Peanut Butter! Max surprised Alex and Merlin with a guided tutorial from Tim Nahumck, an iOS evangelist who literally wrote the book on the new Drafts 5. If you like this treat, consider giving us your money.
Making superheroes: Superman writer Gene Luen Yang, the Wolverine podcast’s Brendan Baker and Chloe Prasinos, and cosplay racism.
Mo Willems is the Dr. Seuss or Maurice Sendak of our times.
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