Carver Low

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Carver Low

6 days ago

Expected run-of-the-mill racist, but this dude is batshit insane. This is who white supremacists follow?

The Making of an American Nazi

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Carver Low

11 days ago

There's no answer except the one inside you and I.

What Do We Do with the Art of Monstrous Men?

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Carver Low

14 days ago

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The Lost Genocide

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Carver Low

25 days ago

Earl Thomas, favorite son of a troubled Texas town

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Carver Low

25 days ago

You don't build a billion dollar company without a seedy underbelly

Amazon's Last Mile

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Carver Low

25 days ago

The most hated poet in Portland

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Carver Low

28 days ago

Turns out Zima was one of the first brands to run ads online.

‘The beginning of a giant industry’: An oral history of the first banner ad

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Carver Low

29 days ago

“That’s My Justice”

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Carver Low

35 days ago

Music is not for ears

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Carver Low

36 days ago

Searching too hard for ‘Real America’

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Carver Low

57 days ago

one of those stories that belongs in an anthology

The Man Who Forgot He Was a Rap Legend

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Carver Low

59 days ago

gahDAMN there's some spicy shit in here.

Here's How Breitbart And Milo Smuggled Nazi and White Nationalist Ideas Into The Mainstream

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Carver Low

72 days ago

🔥🔥🔥😥

The First White President

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Carver Low

78 days ago

Netflix, Microsoft, and Google just quietly changed how the web works

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Carver Low

83 days ago

Old but so good. Makes me want to read more about Ted Kaczynski

Harvard and the Making of the Unabomber

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Carver Low

86 days ago

some really good stuff here about how people are grappling with the role of religion in a secular society

Faith and Football: At the Intersection of Two of the South’s Most Entangled Traditions

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Carver Low

90 days ago

When athletes share their battles with mental illness

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Carver Low

93 days ago

No job is safe.

A.I. Versus M.D.

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Carver Low

97 days ago

🔥🔥🔥😫

To My Old Master

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Carver Low

97 days ago

We have a political problem no one wants to talk about: very old politicians

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Carver Low

101 days ago

The quitting economy

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Carver Low

105 days ago

Foster Care as Punishment: The New Reality of ‘Jane Crow’

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Carver Low

121 days ago

Amazing to see the different kinds of struggles an analytic whiz goes thru in Japan vs the US

The Bill James of Japan

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Carver Low

132 days ago

"the food-world equivalent of flat-earthers"

Why are we still debating GMOs?

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Carver Low

140 days ago

Everyone should take Trollspeak 101

Can't Take a Joke? That's Just Poe's Law, 2017's Most Important Internet Phenomenon

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Carver Low

146 days ago

Why You Should Think Twice About Those DNA-By-Mail Results

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Carver Low

162 days ago

If anyone else fears the deep like I do, this is a fascinating and horrifying read

Dancing with Demons – The Giant Humboldt Squid

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Carver Low

174 days ago

An absolute evisceration of modern liberalism. This shit has me all fired up.

The Blathering Superego at the End of History

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Carver Low

175 days ago

The Not-So-Bitter Rivalry of Dean Baquet and Marty Baron

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Carver Low

184 days ago

I am firmly in the savor-watching camp -- you binge watchers disgust me

The Case for Savor-Watching

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Carver Low

206 days ago

The Accidental Get Away Driver

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Carver Low

245 days ago

Why Poverty Is Like a Disease

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Carver Low

246 days ago

What Bullets Do to Bodies

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Carver Low

250 days ago

The Benefits of Solitude

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Carver Low

251 days ago

End Pain Forever

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Carver Low

251 days ago

this really fucked my day up

America has become so anti-innovation – it's economic suicide

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Carver Low

253 days ago

Inside the Hunt for Russia’s Most Notorious Hacker

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Carver Low

254 days ago

The seedy underbelly of globalization isn't only in faraway places.

Inside Alabama’s Auto Jobs Boom: Cheap Wages, Little Training, Crushed Limbs

bloomberg.com

Carver Low

259 days ago

The Death of the White Working Class Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

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Carver Low

273 days ago

I still remember asking my dad to tape the midnight premiere of Daft Punk's videos on Toonami.

The Oral History of Cartoon Network's Toonami

complex.com

Carver Low

276 days ago

"student-athlete"

Nigel Hayes Is Playing In March Madness, And Taking On NCAA Amateurism In Federal Court

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Carver Low

281 days ago

Michal Kosinski : Donald Trump / Brexit :: Albert Einstein : The Atom Bomb

The Data That Turned the World Upside Down

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Carver Low

303 days ago

All I remember about the XFL is that it was ridiculous. Turns out it was also a really interesting experiment.

A Beautiful Corpse

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Carver Low

309 days ago

There are so many ways this study is relevant.

Feeling left out makes you more likely to believe conspiracy theories

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Carver Low

314 days ago

The Mark Zuckerberg Manifesto Is a Blueprint for Destroying Journalism

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Carver Low

324 days ago

Can you live on through your text messages?

Speak, Memory

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Carver Low

325 days ago

Is AI Sexist?

foreignpolicy.com

Carver Low

329 days ago

Food for thought, since the marches and demonstrations are just beginning in the US

Why Street Protests Don't Work

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Carver Low

330 days ago

There are side effects to creating the perfect team of warriors.

The Crimes of SEAL Team 6

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Carver Low

337 days ago

The NFL is very good at marketing to kids. If you don't believe in the necessity of gov't regulation, read this.

Inside The NFL's Tobacco-Style Strategy To Hook Your Kids

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