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José Ángel

17 days ago

THE MACHINE STOPS

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21 days ago

Economic Inequality

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44 days ago

Essay · Animal minds

economist.com

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84 days ago

The Late Photographer Francesca Woodman Used Ghosts To Tell Her Story

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214 days ago

Your Brain on Fiction

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216 days ago

A View of the U.S.-Mexico Border, Walls and All

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234 days ago

When you split the brain, do you split the person?

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239 days ago

Survival of the Prettiest

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246 days ago

General and Surprising

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256 days ago

How to Regulate Artificial Intelligence

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378 days ago

“Don’t compare your insides to other people’s outsides.”

Don’t Let Facebook Make You Miserable

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524 days ago

Free Will: Now You Have It, Now You Don’t

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688 days ago

Do Bugs Sleep? Why They're Surprisingly Similar to People

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691 days ago

Lithuania Thinks the Russians Are Coming — and It's Preparing with Wargames

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747 days ago

Increasingly, technologists envision basic income as a “hack,” or fix, to the system — it offers a way of coping with an economic future dominated by automation

What Would Happen If We Just Gave People Money?

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749 days ago

Mexico Runs Away From the Truth

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779 days ago

"El que una palabra no esté en un diccionario no significa precisamente que no deba emplearse."

Policías lingüísticos

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793 days ago

This terrifying disorder turns people into zombies, into living, breathing ghosts; they believe they died, or never existed.

Living With Being Dead

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793 days ago

¿Cuántos decimales de Pi usa NASA para sus cálculos?

How Many Decimals of Pi Do We Really Need?

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794 days ago

to be truly private, in the connected age, means being alone. And even then, it’s impossible to completely stop surveillance.

Three days in Beijing with three of the world’s most famous dissidents

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801 days ago

Why do we have allergies?

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804 days ago

Aún hay tantas cosas por descubrir.

This Animal Tears Its Face Off to Open Its Mouth

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814 days ago

A poetic vision of Paris’s crumbling suburban high-rises

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814 days ago

Every Solar System Image You’ve Ever Seen is Wrong. Till Now.

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825 days ago

"The world now is a thoroughly awful place — compared with what it should be. But not compared with what it was."

Is Humanity Getting Better?

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José Ángel

829 days ago

A primeira vez que você colocou a caneta no papel ou os dedos no teclado não foi com a intenção de se tornar o mais vendido

O que acontece quando (praticamente) ninguém compra o seu livro

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José Ángel

829 days ago

Suecia, Suiza, Japón y otros están aplicando recientemente tasas de interés negativas, lo que quiere decir que cobran a los ahorradores en vez de dar rendimientos por tener su dinero en el banco (o en bonos). Por qué, cómo y las implicaciones en la economía a largo plazo son muy interesantes.

Negative 0.5% Interest Rate: Why People Are Paying to Save

nytimes.com

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837 days ago

Tim Cook On Apple’s Future: Everything Can Change Except Values

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852 days ago

No one should be given the ability to impose a sentence of death in any criminal proceeding.

Lead prosecutor apologizes for role in sending man to death row

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894 days ago

Here’s Why a Booming Tech Market May Fool You into Thinking You’re Successful

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