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The Age of the Influencer Has Peaked. It’s Time for the Slacker to Rise Again

Back in the 1990s, our heroes were slackers: the dudes and the clerks, the stick-it-to-the-man, stay-true-to-yourself burnouts we saw in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and Slacker, and Reality Bites. In the latter, Winona Ryder’s character, Leilana, chooses the disillusioned musician (Ethan Hawke) over the TV exec (Ben Stiller), and it’s presented as an excellent choice. Nobody cool was trying to monetize their lifestyle back then, or rake in the brand endorsements. Selling out (remember that?) was whack.   Quartzy

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Every HBO Show, Ranked

Taking stock of the premium network’s formidable catalogue.   Vulture

Five Lessons from History

The most important lessons from history are the takeaways that are so broad they can apply to other fields, other eras, and other people. That’s where lessons have leverage and are most likely to apply to your own life. But those things take some digging to find, often sitting layers below the main story.   Collaborative Fund

The 10 Best Self-Help Podcasts Right Now

Self-help podcasts are proliferating nearly as fast as bad tweets, for an obvious reason: everyone has room for improvement (except Keanu Reeves, who is already perfect), and everyone listens to podcasts because they're useful and intellectual, like a New Yorker tote bag in audio form. Self-help thrives in podcast form because, let's face it, this is the only technological medium where nuance and open, honest dialogue are valued, rather than gleefully dismembered by hordes of avatars wearing wraparounds.   GQ

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