Akhil Unnikrishnan

Engineering student with an addiction for technology and Web Culture. Love longform content and a hot cup of coffee.

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Akhil Unnikrishnan

2 days ago

George Lucas reveals his plan for Star Wars 7 through 9—and it was awful

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2 days ago

A Company Built on a Bluff

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8 days ago

What if Star Wars never happened?

polygon.com

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9 days ago

Looking for Life on a Flat Earth

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9 days ago

Created by 'Gifted Virgins', Dank Subreddit r/Bakchodi Soon Became a Haven for Trolls

vice.com

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10 days ago

Why Millennial Men Don’t Go to Therapy

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12 days ago

Email Is Dangerous

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12 days ago

What It’s Like When Elon Musk’s Twitter Mob Comes After You

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12 days ago

Jordan Peterson’s Tired Old Myths

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13 days ago

How the Midlife Crisis Came to Be

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13 days ago

Consider the Cactus: How Succulents Took Over Instagram—and Then the World

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23 days ago

Face It, You Just Don’t Care About the News Anymore

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23 days ago

A 22-year-old woman had come forward to accuse one of the most powerful men in Hollywood of sexual abuse, and the police decided she needed protection — not only from her alleged assailant, but from the elected official responsible for prosecuting him.

To Catch a Predator

nymag.com

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27 days ago

The Dystopic Leftist Youth of Reddit and Facebook

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27 days ago

"... though the UN has stopped counting."
This has to be the most depressing line ever written.

The death toll now stands at nearly half a million, though the UN has stopped counting.

How Syria Came to This

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29 days ago

Palantir Knows Everything About You

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29 days ago

4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump

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29 days ago

Inside The Ecosystem That Fuels Amazon’s Fake Review Problem

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31 days ago

The Poison We Pick

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31 days ago

Dwayne Johnson: The Pain and the Passion That Fuel the Rock

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73 days ago

On Facebook, Cabbage Juice Is The New Snake Oil

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92 days ago

How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions

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93 days ago

How the baby boomers — not millennials — screwed America

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95 days ago

He Predicted The 2016 Fake News Crisis. Now He's Worried About An Information Apocalypse.

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98 days ago

This insanely popular YouTube channel is making bank off fake science

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98 days ago

Suicides, Drug Addiction and High School Football

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102 days ago

Crybaby boomers

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104 days ago

If you believe Lisa truly cares about something, then you will, too.”

Why Lisa Simpson Matters

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104 days ago

So what is it: publisher or platform? Facebook seems to have finally recognized that it is quite clearly both.

Inside the Two Years That Shook Facebook—and the World

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104 days ago

Lost Art Of Bending Over: How Other Cultures Spare Their Spines

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104 days ago

What Ever Happened To Brendan Fraser?

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104 days ago

Crafting a life

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104 days ago

The South Asian Men Sliding Into Your DMs in Hopes of ‘Fraandship’

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104 days ago

Go Ahead, Millennials, Destroy Us

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115 days ago

The Mess at Meetup

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115 days ago

The #1 reason Facebook won’t ever change

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115 days ago

“The heresies of one period,” she said, always become “the orthodoxies of the next”. The end of work as we know it will seem unthinkable – until it has happened.

Post-work: the radical idea of a world without jobs

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117 days ago

The Follower Factory

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129 days ago

How Facebook Is Killing Comedy

splitsider.com

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129 days ago

'Fiction is outperforming reality': how YouTube's algorithm distorts truth

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130 days ago

One Man’s Quest to Change the Way We Die

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131 days ago

I Guarded an Arctic Base Against Polar Bears at the Frontline of the Apocalypse

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133 days ago

Pop Culture’s Great Awokening

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137 days ago

The Ordinary Life of Hindu Supremacy

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143 days ago

Inside the group chats where people pump and dump cryptocurrency

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145 days ago

Reminds of the fact that I added a PGP key to my email account back in 2016 and I still haven't used it yet.

I tried to switch to secure email and I want to bang my head on a desk

theoutline.com

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145 days ago

The Fall of Travis Kalanick Was a Lot Weirder and Darker Than You Thought

bloomberg.com

Akhil Unnikrishnan

156 days ago

The President Who Doesn't Read

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156 days ago

It's Been an Open Secret All Along

theatlantic.com

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156 days ago

The Dark Side of the Comics That Redefined Hinduism

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