Why I’m leaving (The) New York (Times).
build a platform that facilitates consensus in the public interest
Drop that discord link!
Glad to have joined. Looking to see your perspectives and conversations.
Yay to a book club
Whew, pretty steep subscription price. I can get the whole NY Times for $48/yr. One ex columnist for $65/yr? If you can get it great, but I think you're overselling yourself there.
Thank you for your "existential dread" statement in Washpost, June 30, 2021 A23. With a denialist population, it will take a lot to get them to realize the truth of your statement "a dystopia feels only more dystopian when everyone's trying to pretend things are fine." They should be reading Miller's "A Canticle for Leibowitz" for some perspective. All best wishes, Dave Thomas, Rockville MD USA
Looking forward to your new project! Having watched the internet grow from the heady usenet newsgroup days to the headless disinformation beast it's become today, it's especially good to hear your optimism and forward thinking spirit.
I am intrigued and hopeful for your success. I will read for a while before making a further commitment. I have been a firm believer in the dictum, that. If you give trust, you get trust in return.
beyond in for the book club
Thrilled to join your new community
Hello, Charlie Warzel. My name is Susan Warzel. I grew up in Buffalo, New York. I wonder if we are somehow related. My father was Michael Warzel. My father’s parents came from what is now Slovakia. His father was Joseph Warzel. He had 6 children. The family wasn’t that big, but we were nearly estranged from Uncle Joe’s and Uncle Steve’s families—who were half brothers of my dad.
Does any of this seem familiar to you? I enjoyed seeing you on the PBS News Hour tonight and couldn’t stop myself from reaching out to you. I know that you are very busy but a quick response would be greatly appreciated.
Lets try this again!!
I am a paid sub to Galaxy Brain
Send me the friggin link to SideChannel/Discord!!
Looking forward to seeing what it's all about!
This was the easiest subscription decision ever. Let's get weird.