The regrettable death of the Slatepitch
Why is Slate struggling with its identity in the modern world? The days where publications had their own distinct voice and agenda have long gone, with the formally provocative Slate that once championed unpopular causes and provoked debate one of the latest casualties. Matthew Yglesias acknowledges that there's nothing worse than someone reminiscing. Still, as he reflects on the publication he once loved and wrote for, he argues that this noticeable change is not only regrettable but a symptom of a much broader problem.
From Matthew Yglesias