"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
Vox is a general interest news site for the 21st century. Its mission is simple: Explain the news. Politics, public policy, world affairs, pop culture, science, business, food, sports, and everything else that matters are part of our editorial ambit. Our goal is to move people from curiosity to understanding.
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.