Well done, David Karp, Mark Coatney, John Maloney, and all the other Tumblr board members and employees past and present who contributed to a massive sale of a blogging platform for more than a billion dollars.
The blog I write, Journal of a Journalist, has more than sixty thousand followers on…
In her classic ’60s documentary, Shirley Clarke profiles a loquacious 33-year-old gay hustler who dreams of having a nightclub act. Her subject could hardly be more complex — and in examining him, she raises important questions about the relationship between fact and fiction.
GLAAD intern Hannah takes on NOM’s Brian Brown’s claim that young people support marriage equality because they’re naive: “Belief in the value of marriage equality springs from belief in love, respect, justice, and equality. Which, I guess according to Brown, only kids believe in?”
“An eager school boy gets his first experience in using War Ration Book Two. With many parents engaged in war work, children are being taught the facts of point rationing for helping out in family marketing.”, 02/1943
The rationing of meat, butter, and cheese began during World War II on March 29, 1943.
Learn about the two world wars, contract disputes, civil rights, equal access and opportunity on and off the playing field, the steroids era, Presidential involvement, improvements to the sport, Little League, Opening Day, and more.
(Today’s Document may be quiet the rest of the afternoon as we’re off to see the Nationals take on that expansion team from the Bronx. Go Nats!)
Excellent — on the eve of one of the coldest Opening Days in the history of Minnesota Twins baseball.