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Quillette Weekly

A media-fuelled social panic, Wikipedia bias, the metaverse, mafia, and more.

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
5 min read

Shinzo Abe 1954 - 2022 | Quillette Weekly

The appalling news that broke yesterday is still being absorbed. Shinzo Abe, the former Prime Minister of Japan, and great friend to Australia, the US, UK, Canada, and other allies, now lies dead at the hands of an assassin. People around the world will mourn the loss of a leader

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
4 min read

Quillette Weekly

Zoe Booth
Zoe Booth
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Weekly Roundup

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Zoe Booth
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Weekly Roundup

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Zoe Booth
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Weekly Roundup, 4 June, 2022

Weekly Roundup

Dear Quilletter, On Friday night we celebrated Quillette at our social event in Sydney. It's safe to say it was an absolute blast, and it brought us immense pleasure to bring together such great people. For those of you in Europe and the US, don't get jealous—we have other

Zoe Booth
Zoe Booth
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Weekly Roundup and an Interview with Michael Shellenberger

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

Zoe Booth
Zoe Booth
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Weekly Roundup and Musk and Moderation

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

Claire Lehmann
Claire Lehmann
6 min read