Dear Quilletters, I hope you've had a great week and aren't too affected by the wild behaviour of the stock market. As always, we've prepared a bevy of interesting reads for you this week, including an interview with gubernatorial candidate Michael Shellenberger about what needs to change in California. When
Dear Quilletters, This week, don't miss Jim Rutt's excellent essay Musk and Moderation, which gives practical advice to Musk on how best to moderate discussion forums with the aim of fostering free speech. Rutt is a veteran of the Internet Age with over 40 years' experience moderating online communities and
Dear Reader, We have a tremendous depth and breadth of articles for you to peruse this week. Of course, Ukraine dominates our attention, as it does most of the world. Paying subscribers can access the Quillette editorial on the invasion, Shmuel Bar provides extensive analysis of geopolitical strategy, Alexey Muraviev
Dear Readers, The world that existed last week no longer exists. Shocked by Russian aggression, the Western world has rallied to Ukraine's defence, spurred on by images shared widely on social media of Ukrainian courage and the heroism of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The entire EU, US, UK, Japan, Canada,
A big welcome to all our new subscribers! Our most popular articles this week were an essay by anti-war leftist Stuart Parker on Canada's Trucker Convoy, David Benatar on the disturbing decline of the world's most progressive university, and Jared Marcel Pollan's exquisite reflection on Ulysses—one hundred years after
Dear Quilletters, Welcome to the 1,010 new subscribers since the last Weekly Roundup! This week you'll find an eclectic selection of articles to read, including a symposium of mental health experts on the impacts of social media; a summary and analysis of anti-vaccination arguments from the Left; an in-depth
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