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Love ’em or hate ’em, Politico has redefined political journalism on the Internet and built a robust business. Here are some of the things they’ve done right.
Even without the U.K., English is still the most widely spoken language in the EU, and that’s led to some awkward arrangements.
The new race and identity newsletter will land in inboxes on Tuesday and Friday afternoons.
Meanwhile, Republican Sen. Mike Lee says fact-checking is a form of censorship, and Wikipedia explains how it plans to fight Election Day misinformation.
“Grownups, we have our various coping mechanisms and ways of processing this strange new reality. We have our Zoom calls and our alcohol and our memes. The kids don’t have those tools.”
“Technology is no longer just a sector of the economy or an industry — it’s a global power center akin to any nation’s capital. And it’s time for a publication to cover it like one.”
It’s like the readers going to a watch party or trivia event, but with less effort — perhaps literally by staying at home.
Plus: PRX expands, WNYC shuffles, NPR stagnates, Dirty John adapts, Macmillan strategizes, and Gimlet parties.
“Trump really does polarize people’s views of reality.”