The writer, who's been hailed a hero, described how the spreadsheet took on a life of its own, transforming the media industry and her own life.
They're taking to Twitter with an "I am Spartacus" movement.
"It’s like a deep breath of fresh air before we get into the craziness of our day.”
Well this isn't very feminist, is it?
In a web exclusive interview, political scientist Adolph Reed Jr. talks with me about his new article in the March issue of Harper's Magazine -- a challenge to America's progressives provocatively titled, "Nothing Left: The Long, Slow Surrender of American Liberals."
It is sad, but only if you let it overwhelm you. Electronic gimmicks and outlets are like forbidden, fat-laden food. You have to learn to discipline yourself and consume just enough to satisfy your craving, without causing damage to your physical or mental health.
The National Post reported on Harper's response to the CBC upon realizing its mistake on Monday. The magazine tweeted: The
There was nothing much special about the guy, except for a lunatic love of politics. He grew up in a working-class neighborhood
Columnist Thomas Frank is leaving the Wall Street Journal for Harper's Magazine. Frank, who has written for the Wall Street
The U.S. government has long maintained that three Guantánamo prisoners -- Salah Al-Salami (37), from Yemen, and Mani Al