From his online chat today:
New York City: Hank, congratulations you on another fantastic year of The List. It’s daring, as always, as well as dead-on.
My question, a technical one: Does “In” mean more of “What’s In, As Of Right Now” or “What The Public Will Be Into This Year”? That is, is The List reportage… or prognostication? I suppose one answer is that it can vary depending on the trendiness of each reader — but I’d like to know -your- intent behind it. Thanks.
Hank Stuever: That’s a good question. I would say it breaks down a little like this:
40 percent of items I want to reflect the Right Now, This Minute
25 percent I want to look ahead
20 percent I want to just try to be weird or funny
10 percent I hope make people spittin’ mad
5 percent come from Len Downie
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