Saturday Link Love: Pete, Souls, and Noise

Saturday Link Love: Pete, Souls, and Noise April 27, 2019

Saturday Link Love is a feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier!

The luxury of opting out of digital noise, on Woman. Legend. Blog.—“In the same way that women in the corporate world struggle to find a balance between being friendly and perceived as overly assertive, women on social media tread a fine line between looking like social outcasts if they decide that they don’t want to give their information to social media, and oversharers if they fully participate in the medium.”

Cities Don’t Have Souls. Why Do We Battle For Them? on City Lab—“Americans live in a more-or-less secular society; lots of us don’t particularly believe that humans have souls. Why would cities have them—even metaphorically?”

All About Pete, in Current Affairs—“This man is the story of the American elite. The myth-making here is going to be intense. The profiles are already streaming forth.”

What Would Black America Be Like Under President Pete? Ask South Bend, on The Root—“How can black residents seem to like Mayor Pete yet collectively shoulder shrug about many of his policies? You have to understand the status of black people in most Rust Belt cities.”

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