Natalie Matthews-Ramo

Natalie Matthews-Ramo is a Slate Web and interactive designer.

Books
July 27 2014 11:52 PMTsukuru Tazaki’s PuzzleAn interactive introduction to Haruki Murakami’s new novel.
Brow Beat
April 23 2014 2:32 PMThat Wasn’t the First Time Drake Got Caught Lint-Rolling
Low Concept
Oct. 27 2013 11:49 PMCould Facebook Fix Healthcare.gov?How about Google, Yahoo, Amazon, or Microsoft?
The Slatest
March 27 2013 3:06 PMJustice Ginsburg's Dairy-Themed DOMA Metaphor
Brow Beat
Dec. 7 2012 4:06 PMZero Dark Thirty Inspires Hollywood Copycats
Brow Beat
Sept. 25 2012 5:45 PMHow Go On Copies Community
Brow Beat
March 21 2012 12:58 PMA Visual Guide for Storytellers: When Is It OK to Make Stuff Up?
The Oscars
Feb. 24 2012 12:32 PMDoes Oprah Get Thanked More Than God?
No, but Meryl does! Crunching the numbers on 10 years of Oscar acceptance speeches.
Brow Beat
Jan. 27 2012 3:24 PMFrom The Grey to The Birds, a Taxonomy of Man vs. Animal Films
Culturebox
July 29 2011 6:53 AMRed Skull Is Red, Smurfette Is BlueA beautiful color wheel showcasing the entire cartoon character spectrum.
Future Tense
May 28 2014 5:27 PM13 Things Google's New Driverless Car Looks Like
Brow Beat
March 7 2014 12:28 PMPlay Wes Anderson Bingo—Special Grand Budapest Hotel Edition!
Brow Beat
April 24 2013 12:33 PMThe Only Way This Obama Tattoo Ploy Can End
Movies
Feb. 22 2013 5:59 PMWhen Box-Office Hits Get Nominated, Do Oscar Ratings Go Up?A detailed analysis, with charts.
Brow Beat
Nov. 8 2012 11:35 AMWhich Presidents Have Been Portrayed on Film the Most?
Brow Beat
June 11 2012 4:13 PMWhich Pop Culture Property Do Academics Study the Most?
Culturebox
March 2 2012 6:45 AMHollywood’s New BeefcakesIf hunky actors were literally slabs of beef.
Brow Beat
Feb. 17 2012 6:28 PMWhat New Territory Is Left for The Simpsons? Our Complete Map.
Holidays
Dec. 14 2011 3:55 PMThe Wildly Racist Caricature Holland Celebrates Every Christmas Season

TODAY IN SLATE

History

The Self-Made Man

The story of America’s most pliable, pernicious, irrepressible myth.

The GOP Senate Candidate in Iowa Doesn’t Want Voters to Know Just How Conservative She Really Is

Does Your Child Have “Sluggish Cognitive Tempo”? Or Is That Just a Disorder Made Up to Scare You?

Naomi Klein Is Wrong

Multinational corporations are doing more than governments to halt climate change.

The Strange History of Wives Gazing at Their Husbands in Political Ads

Television

See Me

Transparent is the fall’s only great new show.

Doublex

Lena Dunham, the Book

More shtick than honesty in Not That Kind of Girl.

Rehtaeh Parsons Was the Most Famous Victim in Canada. Now, Journalists Can’t Even Say Her Name.

Parents, Get Your Teenage Daughters the IUD

The XX Factor
Sept. 30 2014 12:34 PM Parents, Get Your Teenage Daughters the IUD
Moneybox
Sept. 30 2014 12:04 PM John Hodgman on Why He Wore a Blue Dress to Impersonate Ayn Rand
  News & Politics
Jurisprudence
Sept. 30 2014 2:36 PM This Court Erred The Supreme Court has almost always sided with the wealthy, the privileged, and the powerful.
  Business
Building a Better Workplace
Sept. 30 2014 1:16 PM You Deserve a Pre-cation The smartest job perk you’ve never heard of.
  Life
Education
Sept. 30 2014 1:48 PM Thrashed Florida State’s new president is underqualified and mistrusted. But here’s how he can turn it around.
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 30 2014 12:34 PM Parents, Get Your Teenage Daughters the IUD
  Slate Plus
Slate Picks
Sept. 30 2014 11:42 AM Listen to Our September Music Roundup Hot tracks from a cooler month, exclusively for Slate Plus members.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 30 2014 12:42 PM How to Save Broken Mayonnaise
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 30 2014 2:38 PM Scientists Use Electrical Impulses to Help Paralyzed Rats Walk Again
  Health & Science
Bad Astronomy
Sept. 30 2014 7:30 AM What Lurks Beneath the Methane Lakes of Titan?
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 28 2014 8:30 PM NFL Players Die Young. Or Maybe They Live Long Lives. Why it’s so hard to pin down the effects of football on players’ lives.