Astra Taylor on a worker-owned factory in Chicago, more blog-doings and book-tour events, and so on and so forth

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Heavens to Betsy, it's September already. And there's just one more week to sign up for our conference next Saturday in New York, "Feminism for What? Equality in the workplace after Lean in." We've also got book-tour events lined up for this month and next, in New York, D.C., Chicago, Portland (Oregon), San Francisco, and Santa Barbara. We do hope to see you.

In the meantime, please enjoy some salvos and posts below that you may have missed in the past week on The Baffler online.

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Hope and Ka-ching: Workers of the world, apply here by Astra Taylor (no. 25)
The Specter of Snapchat by Zachary Fine on the blog
Putting Creativity to Work by Catherine Liu (no. 17)
Check out our book tour
The Rise of the Benevolent Data Pillage by Alana Massey on the blog
Back-to-School Shopping with The Baffler
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