Jason Dunn

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Jason Dunn

48 days ago

Why fashion brands destroy billions’ worth of their own merchandise every year

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Jason Dunn

49 days ago

Kids' birthday party presents actually matter

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Jason Dunn

53 days ago

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong

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Jason Dunn

60 days ago

Building bicycles for our minds

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Jason Dunn

71 days ago

The Case for a National Cybersecurity Agency

politico.com

Jason Dunn

74 days ago

In 2008, America Stopped Believing in the American Dream

nymag.com

Jason Dunn

75 days ago

Happy, Healthy Economy

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Jason Dunn

82 days ago

A quick and thought-provoking read!

Is the Internet evil?

washingtonpost.com

Jason Dunn

87 days ago

Gospels of Giving for the New Gilded Age

newyorker.com

Jason Dunn

88 days ago

You 2.0: When Did Marriage Become So Hard?

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Jason Dunn

92 days ago

To Fix That Pain In Your Back, You Might Have To Change The Way You Sit

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Jason Dunn

93 days ago

We’re in a new age of obesity. How did it happen? You’d be surprised

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94 days ago

Can I Ruin Your Dinner Party?

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Jason Dunn

94 days ago

Keep Up the Blanket Coverage of Trump. It Hurts Him.

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Jason Dunn

97 days ago

Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Who Is America?’ Is an Embarrassing Barometer of a Nation

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100 days ago

Why Canada Is Able to Do Things Better

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103 days ago

The secret story of how America lost the drug war with the Taliban

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104 days ago

Hammacher Schlemmer: the World’s Most Peculiar Company

chicagomag.com

Jason Dunn

105 days ago

This is a long but fascinating read...I am ashamed I didn't know this part of technology history! What an amazing read. #GeneralMagic

The Company That Invented the iPhone in 1990

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Jason Dunn

106 days ago

How Not to Let Your Phone Ruin Your Vacation

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Jason Dunn

107 days ago

Jeff Bezos’s $150 Billion Fortune Is a Policy Failure

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Jason Dunn

107 days ago

How to Make Friends, According to Science

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Jason Dunn

108 days ago

The Maps That Show That City vs. Country Is Not Our Political Fault Line

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110 days ago

Where American Politics Can Still Work: From the Bottom Up

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120 days ago

Trump and Putin vs. America

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Jason Dunn

124 days ago

The Tunnel That Could Break New York

politico.com

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128 days ago

More Recycling Won't Solve Plastic Pollution

blogs.scientificamerican.com

Jason Dunn

147 days ago

Welcome to Blaine, the town Amazon Prime built

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Jason Dunn

148 days ago

This Is the Netflix Exec to Thank for Your Wild Wild Country Binge

vanityfair.com

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148 days ago

Parents: let your kids fail. You’ll be doing them a favor

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Jason Dunn

167 days ago

What Kind Of Parent Are You: Carpenter Or Gardener?

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167 days ago

'Everybody was telling me there was nothing wrong'

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173 days ago

Rebecca Solnit: The Coup Has Already Happened

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183 days ago

Hunger And Homelessness Are Widespread Among College Students, Study Finds

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Jason Dunn

183 days ago

“Did We Create This Monster?” How Twitter Turned Toxic

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Jason Dunn

185 days ago

Reading Aloud to Young Children Has Benefits for Behavior and Attention

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Jason Dunn

185 days ago

How to Play an Oni like a Living Nightmare

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190 days ago

I tried leaving Facebook. I couldn’t

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Jason Dunn

193 days ago

The Perks of a Play-in-the-Mud Educational Philosophy

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Jason Dunn

193 days ago

The Lie That Perfectionists Tell Themselves

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Jason Dunn

196 days ago

Did Drinking Give Me Breast Cancer?

motherjones.com

Jason Dunn

197 days ago

Universal health care, worldwide, is within reach

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Jason Dunn

198 days ago

This is an important article about a profound economic moment in time that will echo for decades to come. I am deeply fascinated to see how the next three years will play out. 🤔

The U.S. and China Are Finally Having It Out

nytimes.com

Jason Dunn

215 days ago

More than half your body is not human

bbc.co.uk

Jason Dunn

226 days ago

Yep, this describes me pretty darn well.

Enneagram Type 1 – Strict Perfectionist

integrative9.com

Jason Dunn

236 days ago

Nobody Knows Anything About China

foreignpolicy.com

Jason Dunn

245 days ago

A $1.6 billion Spotify lawsuit is based on a law made for player pianos

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Jason Dunn

246 days ago

Is college worth it? One professor says no.

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251 days ago

The screen time debate is pitting parents against each other

theverge.com

Jason Dunn

258 days ago

This is a hard article to read for meatatarian such as myself. I love bacon!

Yes, bacon really is killing us

theguardian.com

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