Thursday, March 31, 2016

Morning Coffee (3/31/16)

(I am traveling and therefore writing this post in advance, so if link selection does not seem to take into account very recent news developments... that's why.)

There hasn’t been a criminal defense lawyer on the Supreme Court in 25 years. That’s a problem.

How Donald Trump Bent Television To His Will

The First Time Party Bigwigs Tried to Stop a Front-Runner From Becoming President It Backfired — Big-time

What Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend reveal about the limitations of the Bechdel test

I always have such mixed feelings about publishing authors' (or other public figures') letters and diaries: Charlotte Bronte and Her Best Friend's Broken Promise

Yes: "The episode itself is the most important single unit of storytelling on TV, not the season or even the series. Without good episodes, shows inevitably end up feeling muddled and aimless."

The Consequences of Resisting a Professor’s Advances

I am fundamentally incapable of believing that anything said in giant closed Facebook groups will remain secret. Am I too cynical? Are these people too naive? Who knows!

Inside Will and Kate’s Privacy Obsession

Not Your Korean Sidekick: The Frustrating Career of John Cho (I miss Selfie.)

The Nine Lives of Isaac Mizrahi

“Oh…No, My Thing Is Happening”: Women Leaving Tactfully In Western Art History

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