My New Section on RollingStone.com
Features will spotlight magazine pieces, sports columns and what I'm reading
RollingStone.com has launched a redesign of my section, which includes a host of new features. There's a daily reading pick (an article or book that caught my attention that day), a box for tweets, a "Greatest Hits" archive of older Rolling Stone pieces and some other fun stuff. Obviously, there will be easy access to current features in the magazine, like "Greed and Debt," plus a list of other recent magazine pieces with links to those. We're not putting everything online yet (My Cliff's Notes version of the Holy Bible, which I've been working on for years, will have to remain private for now), but the page will make it easier to sort through most of the things that I've published in recent years.
In the coming weeks we'll be working out the kinks of the new site, so any comments and questions are welcome. The main advantage of the new page is that it will make it easier for people to a) find the articles they're looking for, and b) avoid the articles they're not looking for. So thanks to the new setup, my psychotic obsession with, say, the NFL draft does not need to be the concern of casual political readers; there's a separate section for the sports stuff.
There's also a box that links to other Rolling Stone political pieces, plus a space for videos of recent media appearances. Again, thanks for your patience while we tweak the new site, and we hope we've made things more user-friendly.
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