Daily Links: Today in Tabs, Fashion During COVID, Bicycles and Goats.
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— “How the press can hold Trump’s enablers—and itself—to account” [CJR]
— “The Year Without Clothes” is New Yorker staff writer Rachel Syme’s brilliant assessment of what “fashion” means when no one can leave the house.
— URL’s, like plants, are part of a living system. Which means someday, they will die. A great point . [Maya.Land]
— There’s going to be a Season 2 of Zoey’s Infinite Playlist? Really? [Paste]
— Bicycle ownership around the word is booming [BBC]. (via Clive Thompson)
— “Militarizing the Police was a Failure” — Cory Doctorow breaks down just how badly.
— “How Music Persisted During the Pandemic” [Pitchfork]
— Culture Type: “An essential resource focused on visual art from a Black perspective” could open up and swallow me whole and I wouldn’t mind.
— Leading the comeback of vinyl records…goats!