GIVE US THIS, OUR DAILY SHOWS

Understanding the explosion of outrage around the announcement of Trevor Noah as the new "Daily Show" host requires looking at everything from the state of political satire to the Brian Williams mess to the racial politics of South African popular culture. In other words: It gets really complicated, really quickly.

HE DRINKS IPA

The Boy — as much of his team refers to him — is having a party tonight. The guard at the entrance to his gated Hidden Hills neighborhood tells me that Drake has reached his limit on guests for the evening. Even with an invite, access to Drake’s home requires effort.

WELL PLAYED

How do you rebuild a brand, brick by brick? In the case of Lego, it was about bringing the outside in, ushering the company into a new era of content, co-creation and listening. Katie McQuater explores the brand’s transformation from breaking point to the world’s biggest toymaker, with a consumer centric approach at its heart.

MAKING HOOD MOVIES FOR THE HOOD

At SXSW this year Snoop Dogg introduced Trap Flix. According to tweets in Twitter hashtag (#Trapflix), Trap Flix is a “new movie app better than Netflix.” I was instantly invested in Snoop’s investment. What does it mean for self-made urban movies to be distributed online for a subscriber base? I DO NOT KNOW BUT I WANT TO KNOW! And thus my obsession with Trap Flix begins.