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60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
Very thrilled that the NYT’s first big foray into TV, The Weekly, just got 9 Emmy nominations. Congrats to the whole Weekly crew, and the NYT reporters who partnered on it: @rcallimachi @itscaitlinhd @brianmrosenthal @jacknicas @David_Philipps @azamsahmed @Paulina_VV
Is there a book that's guaranteed to make you feel better? Bibliotherapy: the power books have to heal you. https://t.co/NMK2CziNRe
"I say, Jeeves!" "Sir?" "Are your ears ringing? Mine certainly are!" "I do sense a certain tintinnabulation, sir." I reached, once again, for the trusty Oxford English. There's only so many times one can demand a translation without feeling rather a pill. https://t.co/PDcrKqfu5x
"Taken en masse, the books paint a damning portrait of the 45th president of the United States," @sarahlyall writes. "But the sheer volume of unflattering material they contain can have the paradoxical danger of blunting their collective impact..." https://t.co/WLDasvPlV0
On Thanksgiving Day a man climbed through my apartment window and stabbed me. After a lifetime with horses, I understood what it meant to be them — prey. Honored by this chapter excerpt from my upcoming book “Horse Crazy” in today’s New York Times https://t.co/ZXsBYPf1pV
News Analysis: "Reading all these books, one after the other, is like swimming for days in a greasy, brackish canal whose bottom is teeming with shards of broken-down old industrial equipment. The experience is not pleasant," @sarahlyall writes https://t.co/EFzYE7VfZp
I understand #RogerMoore is trending because Richard Moore has been appointed the new Head of MI6. Three thoughts. 1. Twitter CAN be wonderful, can’t it? 2. Congrats to Richard Moore 3. Any excuse to re-share this Roger Moore story by Marc Haynes has to be seized. So I seized it https://t.co/mduGu9e5xP