There’s not much I can say about Fred Rogers himself that others haven’t written more eloquently. But it’s true what they say: his real-life personality was very similar to the one he projected for the TV audience.
A few years ago, I surrendered any right to sneer at Black Friday shoppers; I became one of them.
Football is irredeemably brutal. A new test may help us confront that fact.
I grew up shopping in dingy, cavernous, fluorescent-lit warehouses. But Apple outlets resemble high-end, big-city fashion boutiques, more than they do the Rust Belt K-Marts of my youth.
A device as expensive as the iPhone X serves as a negative status symbol among our friends and family.
How do your media habits compare to the average American's?
Clicking ‘read later’ isn’t about bookmarking great content. Rather, it’s my way of ignoring how little great content I actually read.
The "Apple access economy" incentivizes problematic journalism.
Some future iPhone will inevitably ditch all ports and buttons, leaving only the screen accessible to the end user. It will be beautiful, glossy—and permanently sealed