Tag Archives: The New Yorker

Recovering Rave Reviews For De Palma’s Blow Out

Tonight, I watched Brian De Palma’s Blow Out, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I’ve known for a while now that De Palma’s early work is cherished among cinephiles as being made with a very particular set of skills. But until recently, I … Continue reading

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The New Yorker Monetizes Digital Excavation

Last week, I wrote about my interest in finding the old treasures buried in the hills of the Internet. Now, via Felix Salmon, it appears that for The New Yorker is doing its part to facilitate such digital excavation of its … Continue reading

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On The Evolution Of ‘Leading From Behind’

The Huffington Post’s Michael Calderone wrote yesterday about one of the more infamous anonymous quotes of the Obama administration, which came in the last paragraph of Ryan Lizza’s 9,000 plus word New Yorker takeout on President Obama’s foreign policy approach … Continue reading

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