• June 21, 2021

Why I’m Not in Love with the New York Times’ Photo Albums

You’ve probably seen them before.

The New York times’ photo albums are a collection of pictures that look like they came from a movie set, a stack of magazines, or a dusty bookshop.

They’re also not easy to navigate.

But that’s changing.

The new digital-only books from the New Yorker, The Atlantic, and the Financial Times have made it easier to find and browse through the titles.

And the digital versions of these books have also made it easy to get the pictures that you’ve seen before.

And now, as the digital-first books become more and more ubiquitous, you’re going to want to bookmark them.

So we asked our readers for their top 10 favorite photo albums and then asked them to nominate them for the best new digital book of the year.

So without further ado, here are the top 10 photo albums of 2017.

1.

“The New Yorker,” by Jonathan Chait, New York magazine (Best New Book of the Year) [The New York Observer] “The Atlantic,” by Daniel Engber, The New Yorker (Best Book of 2017) [NYT] “Financial Times,” by Nicholas Kristof, New Yorker [The Atlantic] “Daily Beast,” by Nate Silver, The Economist [The Economist] “Salon,” by Nick Denton, The Daily Beast [The Huffington Post] “Slate,” by Andrew Sullivan, Slate [The Daily Beast] 2.

“All That Remains,” by Michael Chabon, New Republic (Best of the New Year) [“The New Republic” review] “Funny or Die,” by Dan Savage, Funny or Die [The National Review] “Nerd³,” by Mike Tyson, Nerd³ [Nerd magazine] “Paste Magazine,” by Seth Godin, Paste Magazine [The Verge] “Gizmodo,” by Gizmodomaniac Magazine [Gizmagazine] “Popular Science,” by Peter Diamandis, Popular Science [PopularScience] “New York Times,” edited by David Brooks, NewYorkTimes.com [The Times] 3.

“Gravely Embarrassed,” by Mary Beard, New Left Review [NewLeft Review] “[Grave] Embarrassment: The Art of Being Embarrassable” by John Stossel, PBS [The PBS NewsHour] 6. “

Culture Shock,” by Rebecca Solnit, The Guardian (Best Story of the Week) [“Culture shock” excerpt and interview] “A Woman’s Place,” by Susan Sontag, New Statesman [The Guardian] “Black Girl Dangerous,” by Hannah Arendt, Atlantic [Atlantic] 5.

“Gravely Embarrassed,” by Mary Beard, New Left Review [NewLeft Review] “[Grave] Embarrassment: The Art of Being Embarrassable” by John Stossel, PBS [The PBS NewsHour] 6.

“Bodies: A History of Body Image in America,” by Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!

[Democracy Now!]

[“Body: A history of body image in America” excerpt] [“A woman’s place” interview with “The Body: A woman’s position” author Amy Goodman] 7.

“Pushing the Limits: A Guide to Being Fit for Work and Life,” by Sarah Stier, New Scientist [New Scientist] [“Pushing The Limits” article with “Body: The body” author Sarah Stiers] 8.

“It Takes a Village: The Story of Women’s Lives in America, from the Civil Rights Movement to the Fight for Voting Rights,” by Jennifer Epstein, The Nation [The Nation] [NPR interview] 11. “

“How to Stop Eating: The Complete Guide to Eating Disorders, Including Weight Gain and Other Health Issues,” by Dr. Susan Ladd-Levy, American Family Association [AFA] [American Family Association] [“Dr. Ladd Lewy” interview] 12. “

It Takes a Village: The Story of Women’s Lives in America, from the Civil Rights Movement to the Fight for Voting Rights,” by Jennifer Epstein, The Nation [The Nation] [NPR interview] 11.

“How to Stop Eating: The Complete Guide to Eating Disorders, Including Weight Gain and Other Health Issues,” by Dr. Susan Ladd-Levy, American Family Association [AFA] [American Family Association] [“Dr. Ladd Lewy” interview] 12.

“Sober,” by Lulu Johnson, HarperCollins Publishers [HarperCollins] [“Sober” excerpt with “Sue the Sugar Daddy” author, writer, and activist Tanya Gosh] [“Tanya GOSH” interview” and more]” 13.

“Taken: The Rise and Fall of a Nation,” by Thomas Piketty, Piketity, the author of Capital in the Twenty-First Century [Piketty] [“Capital in the 20th Century” excerpt published in The New Republic] [“Taking the Nation