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82 days ago

The rise of the internet's 'dirtbag left'

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86 days ago

Introverts Don’t Hate People, They Hate Shallow Socializing

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113 days ago

Vanishing Point: How the Light Grid Defined 1980s Futurism

wearethemutants.com

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122 days ago

Rachel Maddow: The Rolling Stone Interview

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154 days ago

Not sure I agree entirely with this roundabout review of What Remains of Edith Finch, but I'll have to try that game now

Video Games Are Better Without Stories

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302 days ago

Interesting, but the bulk of it's about her predicament as a widow. Wanted to read more about her work. I wonder if they would have written the same thing about an astrophysicist who lost his wife?

The Woman Who Might Find Us Another Earth

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308 days ago

Joi Ito Explains Why Donald Trump Is Like the Sex Pistols

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308 days ago

In the 21st century, all roads appear to lead to universal basic income.

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316 days ago

Learning to Read x86 Assembly Language

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318 days ago

San Francisco Basically Tells Donald Trump To F*** Off

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319 days ago

How the Loyal Opposition Will Work in Trump’s America

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319 days ago

“Cities will be a powerful antidote to Donald Trump”: Social scientist Benjamin Barber on the emergence of a new urban radicalism

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319 days ago

We let technology into our lives. And now it’s starting to control us

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320 days ago

Some Garbage I Used to Believe About Equality

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320 days ago

The dark rigidity of fundamentalist rural America: a view from the inside

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324 days ago

Fuck work

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324 days ago

We’re heading into dark times. This is how to be your own light in the Age of Trump

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336 days ago

The Vanishing Secrets of Video Games

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344 days ago

Ursula K. Le Guin on Being a Man

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344 days ago

I Went Undercover With a Border Militia. Here’s What I Saw.

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355 days ago

Barack Obama's Sweet Revenge Tour

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355 days ago

BBSes were my Facebook, growing up

Social Media’s Dial-Up Ancestor: The Bulletin Board System

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369 days ago

A controversial theory may explain the real reason humans have allergies

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474 days ago

The empty brain

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510 days ago

[Report] : Legalize It All, by Dan Baum : Harper's Magazine

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510 days ago

You Need to Practice Being Your Future Self

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548 days ago

Nest's Tony Fadell is stepping down, but the company has larger problems than its CEO

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565 days ago

Author in the machine: An XCOM 2 Review

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567 days ago

The Research Pirates of the Dark Web

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567 days ago

Why Didn’t They Talk To You Privately? On “Call Out Culture” and Power Differentials

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567 days ago

Obeying and Resisting Malevolent Orders

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580 days ago

How the Brain Is Computing the Mind

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581 days ago

The Epic Story of Dropbox’s Exodus From the Amazon Cloud Empire

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582 days ago

Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again?

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les orchard

582 days ago

Crypto in civilian hands *is* national security

Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again?

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583 days ago

Donald Trump, Trickster God

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589 days ago

The Reason Twitter’s Losing Active Users

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589 days ago

Why I No Longer Use MVC Frameworks

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590 days ago

Why I No Longer Use MVC Frameworks

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602 days ago

Interesting stuff about artificial scarcity, markets, work, and abundant information

The end of capitalism has begun

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602 days ago

The Death of Adulthood in American Culture

nytimes.com

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664 days ago

The Wal-Mart Slayer: How Publix's People-First Culture Is Winning The Grocer War

forbes.com

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665 days ago

Freedom On The Centralized Web

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