Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Daily Links: Sin City, National Conversations, and 'Late Night'

Posted By on Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Every day we read a lot of stuff. If it's interesting, thought provoking, funny or being shared by everyone we know on the Internet, we share some of it with you. Happy reading.

From The New York Times: Welcome to the Integratron

From Slate: What happens when you hide everything on Facebook?

From NPR's Code Switch: The Sleepy Road Near Our National Conversation On Race

From Wired: After His Public Downfall, Sin City’s Frank Miller Is Back (And Not Sorry)

From Ryan L. Schuessler: I Will Not Be Returning to Ferguson

From Tressie McMillan Cottom: What Is Left to Say?

From the BS Report: Seth Meyers discusses what he's learned six months into hosting 'Late Night'

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Edwardsville teachers told to avoid discussing Ferguson events with students

From Little Sis: Profiting From Ferguson

From Taschen Books: Rediscovered color photography of the First World War

From The New York Times Magazine: The Boy of Summer

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