In the January/February issue of The Atlantic, columnist Michael Hirschorn looks at the future of The New York Times and wonders, "[W]hat if the old media dies much more quickly? … [W]hat if The New York Times goes out of business—like, this May?"
Mr. Hirschorn looks at the Times Company’s difficult year—and its Read More
The New York Times Book Review released its 100 Notable Books of 2008.
Notably, there are a lot of New York Times writers on the list, among them:
- The Challenge: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the Fight Over Presidential Power by Jonathan Mahler.
- Condoleezza Rice: An American Life by Read More
Hot, Flat and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution—and How It Can Renew America
By Thomas L. Friedman
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 438 pages, $27.95
There’s always been a Jekyll-and-Hyde quality to Thomas Friedman’s work—one moment he’s smart and decent, the next smarmy, belligerent and glib. The three-time Pulitzer Prize winner has one of Read More