Our Week In The Web: February 26, 2016

Today is not a repeat — nay, it is a renewed summons for assistance as we gradually refine and, eventually, replace our website. Said website — available for your perusal here, and at — is, in our opinion, a dramatic improvement on the version of our site that you are currently using here, but it's absolutely nothing if it doesn't serve your needs as a listener and visitor and reader. Here's what we need: visit the beta site, click around a bit, and then submit your thoughts (both good and bad) on the beta feedback form. Changes and suggestions you make here will really help our developers, producers and digital editorial staff make the choices and edits they need to best serve our audience when the beta site becomes our only site later on this calendar year. So get over there and start Interneting! We couldn't ask for a better focus group.

The Most Listened-To Shows Online (February 19 — February 26, 2016)

1. Week In The News: Replacing Scalia, Primaries Heat Up, Apple's Privacy Battle (February 19, 2016)

2. Election 2016: South Carolina And Nevada Results (February 22, 2016

3. Finding American Resilience (February 23, 2016)

4. Debating Bernie Sanders’ Vision (February 25, 2016)

5. Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar And The New Protest Moment (February 19, 2016)

Our Favorite Guest Quotes From This Week

"I’d been following Pizza for years…I didn’t even realize she was a teen." — Elspeth Reeve

"Beyond me as a black woman seeing myself on screen, it’s important for non-black people to see people of color’s stories." — Zeba Blay

"Europe until the Middle Ages was passed over — we call it the Dark Ages for a reason." — Peter Frankopan

"If Mingus had lived in an ideal world, there would be no race." — Krin Gabbard

Our Favorite Comments (Facebook, Twitter and Disqus) From This Week

"Why? [Visit Cuba] Why not?" (Claudia Humphrey)

"my family love the dancing bears. Please don't make it stop." (@rajesh_v)

"Mingus makes me ask all the questions and gives me even more answers." (Robinson Sudan)

"Charles Mingus ought to be on our currency." (@chavighurst)

Our Favorite Bit Of Internet This Week

This surprisingly necessary oral history of February 26, 2015 — the day of both #LLamasOnTheLoose and #TheDress. [BuzzFeed News]


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