A report from mascot boot camp. Michael Phelps’s diet. Why trees droop at night.Clinton-Trump poll results.
Those are just some of the stories The Washington Post published this week. Every day, the national paper produces an astonishing number of words about an astonishing number of topics. If the scholar Benedict Anderson is right that newspapers help us understand the “simultaneity” of the rest of the country and world, then the Post especially would seem to transmit a great deal of simultaneousness with its stories.Read More