Dmitri Popov

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Dmitri Popov

8 days ago

The True Story of Henry Hill, a Mobster on the Run

medium.com

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10 days ago

How the world got hooked on palm oil

theguardian.com

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16 days ago

How the world got hooked on palm oil

theguardian.com

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22 days ago

5 Common Mental Errors That Sway You From Making Good Decisions

jamesclear.com

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25 days ago

The Surprising Reason Zebras Have Stripes

theatlantic.com

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25 days ago

Where Not to Travel in 2019, or Ever

thewalrus.ca

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25 days ago

Tidying up is not joyful but another misuse of Eastern ideas

aeon.co

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28 days ago

The Photo Lab That Flew to the Moon

hackaday.com

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29 days ago

Whose facade is it, anyway?

curbed.com

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31 days ago

Words as feelings

aeon.co

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32 days ago

How Facebook Screwed Us All

motherjones.com

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36 days ago

My Crazy Kurdistan Road Trip

outsideonline.com

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45 days ago

The new elite’s phoney crusade to save the world – without changing anything

theguardian.com

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51 days ago

Is Sunscreen the New Margarine?

outsideonline.com

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52 days ago

Vintage “Soviet Santa” Postcards Were Propaganda for the Space Race

hyperallergic.com

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65 days ago

Inside Facebook's 'cult-like' workplace, where dissent is discouraged and employees pretend to be happy all the time

cnbc.com

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68 days ago

Video games: the addiction

theguardian.com

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69 days ago

In Japan, the Kit Kat Isn’t Just a Chocolate. It’s an Obsession.

nytimes.com

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72 days ago

How I Quit Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and Amazon

motherboard.vice.com

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72 days ago

But 2018 wasn’t the year of Mark Zuckerberg because of the things he did in his office or the way he dodged questions when he testified in Congress. It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because almost everyone I know who spends time on the internet feels as though they have lost something. It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because people who were once thrilled by the internet now talk about it in a tone that combines gallows humor, weary resignation, and a kind of cynicism toward the possibility of mercy. It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because people in their 20s have stopped being ironic when they talk about what they make as “content.” It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because half the good writers I know are out of work. It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because I can’t think about the love I feel for other people without wondering how it’s being used to sell me shaving cream. It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because we don’t even talk about how absolutely, hideously sad all this is, since talking about it would mean questioning why we still spend so much time online, and, after all, we’re the people who live here. It was the year of Mark Zuckerberg because our jadedness toward the internet is really a form of grief.

The Cost of Living in Mark Zuckerberg’s Internet Empire

theringer.com

Dmitri Popov

72 days ago

Proto-internet trolls’: Johann Friedrich Struensee and freedom of expression in 18th century Denmark

blogs.bl.uk

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73 days ago

83 Things That Blew Our Minds in 2018

theatlantic.com

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85 days ago

Prime and punishment

theverge.com

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85 days ago

The Der Spiegel journalist who messed with the wrong small town

spectator.us

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89 days ago

Why Japan Is a Rare Holdout in Asia’s Cash-Free Future

wired.com

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92 days ago

Why We All Take the Same Travel Photos

wired.com

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92 days ago

Dr. Elon & Mr. Musk: Life Inside Tesla's Production Hell

wired.com

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97 days ago

A Few Things Facebook Forgot to Include in Its Year in Review

gizmodo.com

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101 days ago

The World’s Most Efficient Languages

getpocket.com

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119 days ago

Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis

nytimes.com

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120 days ago

This Is How We Radicalized The World

buzzfeednews.com

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129 days ago

How IBM’s ThinkPad Became A Design Icon

fastcompany.com

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137 days ago

Turns Out Wearing a Hi-Vis Vest Gets You Into Everything for Free

vice.com

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150 days ago

How Capitalism Torched the Planet and Left it a Smoking Fascist Greenhouse

eand.co

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152 days ago

What 'Independence Day' Is Like In Transnistria, An Unrecognized Country Inside Moldova

boingboing.net

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155 days ago

Yayoi Kusama: the world's favourite artist?

theguardian.com

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155 days ago

Japan’s special take on a packed lunch

bbc.com

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156 days ago

East Germany’s Far-Right Problem Is 300 Years Old

foreignpolicy.com

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159 days ago

What Boredom Does to You

nautil.us

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162 days ago

Learn From These Bugs. Don't Let Social Media Zombify You

wired.com

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162 days ago

Where in the World Is Denmark’s $2 Billion?

nytimes.com

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162 days ago

In Praise of Mediocrity

nytimes.com

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169 days ago

A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come

theatlantic.com

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176 days ago

I tried Soylent, Silicon Valley’s favourite foodstuff. It’s everything that’s wrong with modern life

theguardian.com

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176 days ago

The Constant Consumer — Real Life

reallifemag.com

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177 days ago

Why you should read this article slowly

theguardian.com

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187 days ago

What Was Lost in Brazil’s Devastating Museum Fire

theatlantic.com

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189 days ago

Reign of the scumbro: the meaning of Justin Bieber’s ugly style

theguardian.com

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189 days ago

Sitzfleisch: The German concept to get more work done

bbc.com

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200 days ago

The sugar conspiracy

theguardian.com

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