Bharat’s Pocket Scraps Sep 29

This is a series of articles that are US and US racism heavy. Canada has similar racism problems, just a reminder. Flint’s lead-poisoned water had a ‘horrifyingly large’ effect on…

ByBharatSep 29, 20175 min read

Canadian journalism fails at nuance when it comes to jihad

On my view the news media in Canada have, by and large and in the long run, misrepresented the concept of jihad. They have positioned jihad as a form of…

BySherwin ArnottJun 6, 20189 min read

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Imprints

I would intentionally leave handprints nearly everywhere I went when I was younger. It became…

BySabrina BuzzalinoJun 13, 20162 min read

#PantSuitNation is making me cry

I’m checking in now and then on the American election today via Twitter. And #PantSuitNation (and…

BySherwin ArnottNov 8, 20162 min read

The state of hyperlinking in journalism, a case study

From time to time I like to check in on how news orgs are doing…

BySherwin ArnottApr 3, 20214 min read

Five kinds of compassion, according to Gabor Maté

I’ve been reading (listening to) The Myth of Normal, by Gabor Maté. It’s a fascinating…

BySherwin ArnottJun 4, 20233 min read

Coffee Roasting and popcorn lung

Who among us coffee drinkers don’t love the smell of freshly roasted coffee? I am…

ByBharatMay 14, 20163 min read

Journalism’s allergy to substantive regulation

Misinformation is a big deal. Hate online is a big deal. And as the public…

BySherwin ArnottJul 27, 20194 min read
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