At the time this was written, Black Panther was the most highly reviewed movie in history, according to Rotten Tomatoes. Which is surprising, because if you stop to think about it, it's actually a really not-good movie.
What is a matchmaking market, what happens when you take the money out of economics, and why is it all way more interesting than it sounds?
Ben Pearce is a fantastic editor, and I approached him to see if he'd like to write an article about developing your editing skillset. This is that article.
Black Mirror is a tragedy that intentionally subverts the point of tragedy to make you feel super messed up, instead of the kind of emotional relief you would otherwise get. So why did this season change such a unique and effective philosophy?