Rolling Stone

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Rolling Stone’ here at MarkCz.com.
Print media getting smaller and smaller

Print media getting smaller and smaller

As a teenage hippie, I used to take the bus to downtown Kenosha to buy big, thick, imported vinyl LPs at One Sweet Dream, our local record store/head shop. Print media was part of the ritual too: Picking up the latest issue of Rolling Stone, folding that big, thick...

Matt Taibbi, a breath of fresh air

Matt Taibbi, a breath of fresh air

I'm sitting here 90 minutes north of Chicago in my shorts and flip flops after mowing the lawn on this 77 degree October 21. While waiting for the 60 Minutes story on mega-fires in the American west, I find myself nostalgic for certain individuals, now dead, who used...

The Atlantic: Magazines and coffee beans

The Atlantic: Magazines and coffee beans

One of the first realizations that hit me when the World Wide Web was emerging was that magazines were doomed. Suddenly, all the color and photos and graphics and layout possibilities of magazines could go through a wire along with the text, without waiting for...

Rolling Stone

An index of blog posts tagged ‘Rolling Stone’ here at MarkCz.com.

Print media getting smaller and smaller

As a teenage hippie, I used to take the bus to downtown Kenosha to buy big, thick, imported vinyl LPs at One Sweet Dream, our local record store/head shop. Print media was part of the ritual too: Picking up the latest issue of Rolling Stone, folding that big, thick...

Matt Taibbi, a breath of fresh air

I'm sitting here 90 minutes north of Chicago in my shorts and flip flops after mowing the lawn on this 77 degree October 21. While waiting for the 60 Minutes story on mega-fires in the American west, I find myself nostalgic for certain individuals, now dead, who used...

The Atlantic: Magazines and coffee beans

One of the first realizations that hit me when the World Wide Web was emerging was that magazines were doomed. Suddenly, all the color and photos and graphics and layout possibilities of magazines could go through a wire along with the text, without waiting for...

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