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"Sarsfield is short, though you wouldn’t notice at a distance. He has long, slim features and talks with well-articulated confidence. He’s thin, dresses in black, and wears a sinister smile. He looks like a poet."
— Mosaic Collective

Understand the News

Vox Media, the company behind Polygon and The Verge, has managed to short circuit conversations about contemporary publishing — which seem to be dominated by speculative and irrelevant academic types, or “give-the-people-what-they-want" business types— by producing intelligent content that appeals to a general audience. Vox, their latest project focusing solely on news, just launched, and I am very excited about it. Head on over and check it out.