Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
The Soul Of Bravo
A year of national reckonings on race and inequality has tested how real the Housewives should be.
This One's on Her
A melancholy farce is nearly capsized by its star.
Daniel Dae Kim built a career by picking his battles, walking away from a job only when the inequities got too big to ignore. He still believes Hollywood can be reformed.
The Detonations of Alice Neel
A survey of her portraits at the Met is packed with raw emotional power.
The City Politic: David Freedlander
Stringer Theory The comptroller’s reward for a career in public service? Third place in the polls.
Political Animals: Olivia Nuzzi
The No-Splash Tell-all What the muted reaction to Hunter Biden’s crackfueled memoir says about his father’s Washington.
Moral Panic Is Back With a Vengeance
Lil Nas X’s “Montero” is the latest song to raise the hackles of conservative commentators—and everyone has a little something to gain from the controversy.
Esther Perel Goes Off Script
She became today’s most famous couples therapist by ignoring all the rules of the trade.
Mayor de Blasio hired an ''equity warrior'' as schools chancellor. How parental politics-and the pandemic-left him defeated
Richard Carranza’s Last Stand
Kingpins and wannabes barrel through the London underworld.
ZOOM POSTS BIG QUARTER EVEN AS SUBSCRIBER GROWTH SLOWS
Zoom’s astronomical growth is tapering off along with the pandemic, raising questions about whether the videoconferencing service’s immense popularity will fade as more people return to classrooms, offices and other places that have been off-limits for the past year.
Tech boomed during the pandemic. It may not last
Zooming into the Future
This year, ZOOM transformed from a business tool into a lifeline. How did the company keep up? Simple, says founder and CEO Eric Yuan: It focused on fundamentals.
Headtrip – Your brain on video chat
Dating, Catching up with family, and going to happy hour are best in person.
FTC SAYS ZOOM MISLED USERS ON ITS SECURITY FOR MEETINGS
Federal regulators are requiring Zoom to strengthen its security in a proposed settlement of allegations that the video conferencing service misled users about its level of security for meetings.
When pandemic work-from-home began, sitting with your laptop at the kitchen table was probably tolerable. For long-term comfort and productivity, you’ll want to make these upgrades
MacDowell Tests Virtual Residencies
In the midst of COVID-19, the country’s oldest arts residency is reimagining itself after 113 years. In August, MacDowell launched its first Virtual MacDowell “residency,” a fully online program intended to support artists and foster a sense of connection during the time of social distancing.
Zoom Got Big Fast. Then videobombers made it rework security
Back in March as the coronavirus pandemic gathered steam in the U.S., a largely unheralded video-conferencing service suddenly found itself in the spotlight.
Avoid Weight Gain While Working from Home
With our home becoming the new office things call for all sorts of adjustments – like how to be productive if the house is full of kids because schools are shut down.
Zoom Caught in China Censorship Crossfire As Meetings Foiled
Video app company Zoom said it regretted that some meetings involving U.S.-based Chinese dissidents were disrupted, as meanwhile a prominent Hong Kong activist said his account was blocked despite the city’s guarantees of free speech.