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Michael Luo
editor of ; overseer of digital stuff ; formerly investigative reporter/editor, other things . GPG: D6FF0887DFB38C82.
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Michael Luo 11h
.⁦⁩ “The last thing we want the U.S. government, or any government, to do is to start deciding who is and who is not a journalist.”
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Hannah Goldfield May 23
Didn’t tweet about this on the day it came out because I was literally having a baby and can’t think of anything enticing to say about it because I had a baby four days ago but I wrote it and hope you will read it, thank you!!
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Michael Luo May 22
Hi Walt, I hear your frustration loud and clear. I had a tweet thread a while back about the technical challenges involved here, some of which are on us and some of which--particularly on mobile--are beyond our control. We're working on all fronts!
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Michael Luo May 21
Replying to @TweetsofOld
there's been no change in the way desktop/laptop twitter links work. if you've signed into TNY on your browser and you click "remember me," we should remember you for 365 days, as long as you don't clear your cookies.
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Michael Luo May 21
Replying to @TweetsofOld
I am guessing you’re on mobile? Our Twitter links used to open as AMP pages. It meant you had to sign in again in AMP—it was another log-in environment. This cuts out that step. Now, if you’ve logged in once via Twitter’s in-app browser, you should be good.
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Vinson Cunningham May 20
wrote about Kawhi Leonard's Sunday night slog.
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Brian M. Rosenthal May 20
Just in: Bill de Blasio has ordered 3 different city agencies to investigate the city's taxi industry following our investigation His statement:
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Michael Luo May 20
. “I come from many tribes — immigrant, introvert, working class, Korean, female, public school, Queens, Presbyterian. Growing up, I never knew that people like me could write books or talk in public.”
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Ezra Klein May 20
I endorse this. The New Yorker app is one of the few news apps I really like, and regularly use.
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Alexandra Schwartz May 20
"Relatedly, if they were to redo all of Season 8, as some fans have hilariously proposed, I’d love for more women to write it, and to add fun." , ladies and gents.
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Emma G. Fitzsimmons May 20
That was fast. In the wake of 's investigation, the New York City councilman who runs the transportation committee is announcing a plan today to "rescue the medallion owners currently facing a financial crisis."
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IanShapira May 20
Now that is over, I feel duty-bound to give major props to for her recaps, which are always spiced with hysterical asides and spot-on play-by-play analysis. Here is her last one:
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Michael Luo May 20
Replying to @pamelacolloff
so sorry you're having trouble with this. i had a tweet thread about the technical challenges this entails--some of which are on us and we can fix and some of which are not. we're working on all fronts!
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Paige Williams May 19
In which asks Emilia Clarke, "What was with the coffee cup? Is that your cup? Did you leave it there?" before getting to the eighteen-month secret:
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Michael Luo May 20
Moving, thoughtful piece by ⁦⁩: “I can’t tell whether my inclination toward ecstasy is a sign that I still believe in God, or if it was only because of that ecstatic tendency that I ever believed at all.”
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Sarah Larson May 19
Replying to @asarahlarson
We talked to Emilia Clarke about her “Game of Thrones” experience, from eating a stallion’s heart to burning King’s Landing and Dany’s emotions in her final scene—and what she'd say to all the little girls named Khaleesi.
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Michael Luo May 19
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Brian M. Rosenthal May 19
NEW: Over the past year, a spate of suicides has revealed a financial crisis in New York's cab industry. Officials have blamed Uber, but much of the crisis can be traced to a handful of taxi tycoons. Here’s the real story, based on 10 months of reporting:
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John Cassidy May 18
Replying to @JohnCassidy
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Michael Luo May 18
Cal Newport, author of “Digital Minimalism,” makes his debut, looking at various artisanal social media efforts.
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