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People who mostly get news from social networks have some COVID-19 misconceptions
A new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center shows a COVID-19 information divide between people who mostly get their news from social networks and those who rely on more traditional news sources.
Must Read: Derek Lam Business Sold, What Does Brexit Mean for Fashion Brands?
These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. Derek Lam business sold to Public Clothing CompanyThe Derek Lam brand and business were acquired by Public Clothing Company, which owns ATM
Fashion & Beauty
Must Read: What Megxit Means For British Fashion Brands, Designers Are Celebrating the Year of the Rat With Merch
These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. What Megxit means for British fashion brandsDid you hear? Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced that they were stepping down as "senior"
Fashion & Beauty
A World Without Mad Magazine
Jordan Orlando writes on the legacy and history of Mad magazine, published by William M. Gaines and launched by Harvey Kurtzman, which, after sixty-seven years, announced that it would cease
The Times’s Lawyer on the Deepest Threats to Press Freedom Under Trump
Isaac Chotiner interviews David E. McCraw, the deputy general counsel at the New York Times, about his dealings with Trump’s lawyers and his book “Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press
ICO services: Lots of barnacles but no whales
Nearly every aspect of the current ICO market is pay-for-play or otherwise tainted. I do not paint the industry with such a broad brush lightly but this sort of chicanery hasn’t existed since the
Rolling Stone Magazine Has a New Owner
The publisher of Variety now owns a 51% of the legacy brand.
Rolling Stone Magazine Is Officially Up For Sale
Its owner Wenner Media is open to offers for its 51% stake.
Things to Do with Newspapers to Avoid Reading Them
Joana Avillez illustrates some humorous ideas of uses for newspapers other than reading them.