A couple of weeks ago, occasional Slate contributor Keith Phipps wrote an interesting column for the Dissolve called “The Underselling of the Movies,” in which he argued that trailers and posters have become increasingly homogenous, as Hollywood advertisers making giant financial decisions become risk-averse and uncreative.
TODAY IN SLATE
The Right Target
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The One National Holiday Republicans Hope You Forget
It’s Legal for Obama to Bomb Syria Because He Says It Is
I Stand With Emma Watson on Women’s Rights
Even though I know I’m going to get flak for it.
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It Is Very, Very Stupid to Compare Hope Solo to Ray Rice
Or, why it is very, very stupid to compare Hope Solo to Ray Rice.
In Defense of HR
Startups and small businesses shouldn’t skip over a human resources department.