The Person of the Year Edition

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Posted on December 9, 2016

2016 Person of the Year ~Donald Trump | Time

Why Time’s Trump Cover Is a Subversive Work of Political Art | Forward

Person of the year shouldn’t be Donald Trump — it’s clearly Vladimir Putin | The Guardian

Trump has one problem with his Time ‘Person of the Year’ cover | Business Insider

The Internet Archive is building a Canadian copy to protect itself from Trump ~’The history of libraries is one of loss’ | The Verge

Ann Patchett’s Guide for Bookstore Lovers | The New York Times

Inside Regent Park: Toronto’s test case for public-private gentrification | The Guardian

Pantone’s color of the year | Boing Boing

Fun in ‘La La Land’ ~Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling create dynamic thrills out of simple things in this grownup musical. | The New Yorker

First Dinosaur Tail Found Preserved in Amber ~To scientists’ delight, the incredible appendage from 99 million years ago is covered in feathers. | National Geographic

How to Make California Great: Secede, With a Little Help From Putin ~A leader of ‘Calexit,’ the Golden State’s independence movement, sees Trump—and the Kremlin—as a boon. | BloombergBusinessWeek

What is the point of political journalism? ~How to report on the post-truth era that big data created | Article Magazine

National Geographic nature photographer of the year 2016 — in pictures ~The annual National Geographic nature photographer of the year attracts thousands of entries from across the globe. Here’s a selection of the winning images | The Guardian

Unerased: Counting Transgender Lives ~A comprehensive look at transgender murders since 2010. The number is rising — and likely far higher than we know. |.Mic

Live, for the moment ~The pressure is on for extreme athletes to be constantly producing content, and it’s getting some of them killed. | The Outline

Prince’s Closest Friends Share Their Best Prince Stories | GQ

Here’s Stephen Colbert Explaining the Insanity of Pizzagate | Gizmodo

How Donald Trump is changing the rules for American business ~The president-elect has a new approach to dealing with corporate America. It is not all good news | The Economist

Little Books, Big Books ~A glimpse of Charlotte Bront’s juvenilia. | The Paris Review

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