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09.03.13 Marina Galperina

Today, someone added the word “listicle” to the open-source Merriam Webster dictionary, citing Mark O’Connell’s listicle-stylized profile of the listicle in The New Yorker as a source. But what does it mean? listicle: [list + article] an article presented in the form of a list of related or similar elements The seconds flip by with such remorseless speed […]

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06.20.13 Kyle Petreycik

The sizable slice of all articles people seem to be reading and sharing on the internet are formated as “listicles” — short form, single-serving lists, paginated into long-form clicking to create the maximum amount of pageviews. It can quickly become a nuisance to click on each and every slide in order to view the entire contents of […]

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02.22.13 Marina Galperina

What’s this? A list? Yes, we made a list. Whoop de doo dah. For those special moments when you quote a movie and the other person, for some reason, has never seen said movie and so you awkwardly stand there looking like a creepy asshole… Here’s some bad stuff that sounds worse out of context. 10.  […]

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