Lily Geller

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Lily Geller

868 days ago

The Strange Case of the Woman Who Can’t Remember Her Past—Or Imagine Her Future

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Lily Geller

881 days ago

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Lily Geller

883 days ago

Why Do Older People Love Facebook? Let’s Ask My Dad

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Lily Geller

883 days ago

Using a Dyson hand dryer is like setting off a viral bomb in a bathroom [Updated]

arstechnica.com

Lily Geller

895 days ago

How an internet mapping glitch turned a random Kansas farm into a digital hell

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Lily Geller

899 days ago

"In the past, we only had two sources of nutritional authority: our doctor and government officials. It was a system that worked well as long as the doctors and officials were informed by good science. But what happens if that cannot be relied on?"

The sugar conspiracy

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Lily Geller

903 days ago

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The Culinary Education of Mr. Mozzarella Sticks

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Lily Geller

903 days ago

How one programmer broke the internet by deleting a tiny piece of code

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Lily Geller

904 days ago

In other news, we just signed up for a CSA share. (What's next? NPR pledge drive contribution?)

The Food Industrial Complex

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Lily Geller

906 days ago

TrueHoop Presents: You won't believe how Nike lost Steph

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Lily Geller

908 days ago

On Chicken Tenders

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Lily Geller

912 days ago

Up And Then Down

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Lily Geller

912 days ago

Some philosophical and pop-scientific justification for that cheat day.

When it’s good to be bad

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Lily Geller

914 days ago

Inside Instacart’s fraught and misguided quest to become the Uber of groceries

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Lily Geller

917 days ago

The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings

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Lily Geller

917 days ago

Why New York Subway Lines Are Missing Countdown Clocks

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Lily Geller

918 days ago

Sweatpants In Paradise 

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Lily Geller

922 days ago

More Than Half of What Americans Eat Is 'Ultra-Processed'

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Lily Geller

922 days ago

2/26: The Oral History

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Lily Geller

924 days ago

Inside the San Quentin Marathon

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Lily Geller

927 days ago

How a Single Mechanical Failure Sparked 625 MTA Delays

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Lily Geller

930 days ago

Busting Cactus Smugglers in the American West

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Lily Geller

933 days ago

Dirty Hands

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Lily Geller

938 days ago

Failure to Lunch

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Lily Geller

938 days ago

What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team

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Lily Geller

938 days ago

Why So Many Ideas Are Pitched as ‘Uber for X’

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Lily Geller

939 days ago

Your iPhone Is Ruining Your Posture — and Your Mood

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Lily Geller

939 days ago

Nothing Snowballs Online Like Fear

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Lily Geller

948 days ago

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British Retailer’s Straight Croissants Leave Some Bent Out of Shape

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Lily Geller

948 days ago

The Power of 'Good Enough'

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Lily Geller

948 days ago

A Beginner's Guide to the Secret Language of Airport Runways

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Lily Geller

948 days ago

There’s a good reason Americans are horrible at science

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Lily Geller

949 days ago

This Man Will Transform How You Eat

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Lily Geller

953 days ago

I didn't use to like mayonnaise, but I suppose I was always a member of the mayonnaise tribe and at some point my taste buds finally caught up. (Also homemade 4eva.)

For the Love of Mayonnaise

gourmet.com

Lily Geller

955 days ago

I Was a Super Bowl Concession Worker

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Lily Geller

959 days ago

Measles Is Just The Beginning

medium.com

Lily Geller

960 days ago

The Problems With Food Media That Nobody Wants to Talk About

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Lily Geller

969 days ago

An Oral History of the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

popularmechanics.com

Lily Geller

978 days ago

"Because, and this is the judgment call, fat isn’t bad; stupid is bad."

No food is healthy. Not even kale.

washingtonpost.com

Lily Geller

978 days ago

The hunger mood

aeon.co

Lily Geller

991 days ago

In Defense of Food and the Rise of ‘Healthy-ish’

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Lily Geller

993 days ago

The anti-"Recommend": a textbook example of survivorship bias in business analysis.

femalefounders.info

Lily Geller

998 days ago

Snakes Alive! The Rattlesnake Derby is like a bass-fishing tournament, except you really don't want a bite

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Lily Geller

998 days ago

Two distinct childhood regrets: never going to Space Camp, and never owning an American Girl doll. Kirsten was my favorite – those braids!

All Dolled Up: The Enduring Triumph of American Girl

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Lily Geller

998 days ago

How Shake Shack Leads The Better Burger Revolution

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Lily Geller

998 days ago

One nation, under the gun.

newyorker.com

Lily Geller

998 days ago

Social Issues: A Woman in Uniform

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Lily Geller

998 days ago

"The devastation in Japan in 2011 was the result of a discrepancy between what the best science predicted and what the region was prepared to withstand. The same will hold true in the Pacific Northwest—but here the discrepancy is enormous."

The Really Big One

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Lily Geller

999 days ago

Fast Food

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Lily Geller

1001 days ago

"Bottom line: If you want to know more about your fruits and vegetables, buy them at the local farmers market, organic or not."

Buying organic veggies at the supermarket is a waste of money

qz.com

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