John Herrman

The New York Times Magazine

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David Carr fellow at The New York Times Magazine.

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It’s tough to forget the desperation that defined the pandemic’s U.S. arrival in March. Grocery store shelves were bare. Items were backordered online for weeks.

COVID-19 pandemic is squeezing supplies of tents, bikes and freeze-dried food

It’s tough to forget the desperation that defined the pandemic’s U.S. arrival in March. Grocery store shelves were bare. Items were backordered online for weeks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Mark Zuckerberg went on an apology tour on Wednesday for how Facebook handled the Cambridge Analytica scandal -- saying his company will protect users’ privacy.

Facebook invests in A.I., despite struggling to explain itself post-Cambridge Analytica scandal

Mark Zuckerberg went on an apology tour on Wednesday for how Facebook handled the Cambridge Analytica scandal -- saying his company will protect users’ privacy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

A few independent citizens around the country have been running huge hyper-partisan media machines from their garages and home offices in the form of memes that are taking over …

What political coverage looks like on Facebook

A few independent citizens around the country have been running huge hyper-partisan media machines from their garages and home offices in the form of memes that are taking over …

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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