Vox

The Vox Formula: Telling Privileged People What They Already Believe

The Vox Formula: Telling Privileged People What They Already Believe

In 2014, Ezra Klein, a 29-year-old journalist known for his Washington Post articles breaking down the thorny ins and outs of complex government policy, left the Washington Post for Vox, a website whose “mission is simple: Explain the news.” Vox would soon become famous for a style of journalism known

Batya Ungar-Sargon
7 min read
media
NARRATED: In Defense of Decency

NARRATED: In Defense of Decency

Greg Ellis reads In Defense of Decency, Robert McLeod’s essay arguing for more civility when we disagree with each other about politics and social justice. It was published in Quillette on July 10, 2019.

Quillette
Quillette
1 min read
Civility
PewDiePie’s Battle for the Soul of the Internet by Allen Farrington

PewDiePie’s Battle for the Soul of the Internet by Allen Farrington

Greg Ellis reads PewDiePie’s Battle for the Soul of the Internet, Allen Farrington’s defence of the world’s most popular YouTuber. It was published on 20th December 2018.

Quillette
Quillette
1 min read
Narrated