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Food waste, the saddest comments, mantis shrimp eyes debunked, the lost opera of Jenny Lind, and don't do what you love.
That's a lot of change in less than two centuries.
81 percent were loaded.
Online reputation, the aesthetic categories of our time, Disney data, George Washington Carver's knitting, and the people who try to take firearms on planes.
Trying to stay with it, old man? The TV network of your childhood has some etiquette suggestions for you, straight from the mouths of babies.
A more local Internet, stroke recovery and the Kinect, goggles and empathy, naval bases under the seafloor, and the relief of an object that just does one thing.
Meet Xavier Di Petta and Kyle Cameron, ages 17 and 19, whose ability to build a massive audience from nothing may be unparalleled in media today.
The world's biggest windfarm, Prison Obscura, the difference between rocks and tools, Law & Order technology, and the street photography of Grand Theft Auto.
Two nerds, a four-track recorder, and 65 million Cisco phone systems.
Sperm smuggling in Gaza, Google Bus protest dioramas, permaculture design, Jeopardy archivists, and paperwork's relationship to the soul.
Autonomous vehicles and robots won't be used just for Google.
An homage to the novel Submergence in five links.
CIA drones, superhabitable planets, cringe-inducing augmented reality, death TV, and tropical pigeons.
Google Play provides a dataset for interrogating the rise and fall of musical artists and genres.
Prescription-drug data bonanza, drum pants, out-of-work typists, cryonics and crowdfunding, and the greatest husband-and-wife photo.
The vultures of media descend on you. In a nice way.
The Blackphone, screwing the pooch, listicle as literary form, the Tumblrs of the 18th century, and how QuarkExpress died.
And it wasn't easy, even though your iPhone is ten times faster than the machines that used to be model nuclear weapons.
The 100% Men Tumblr, the math of conference inequality, Quantified Self and Occupy, the women's work of telephone operation, and Black Girls Code.