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03/26/2017 at 22:25. Facebook
It is impossible to metabolize the love people may genuinely be offering if the person they’re offering it to is actually a façade. (from 2016)

What Does it Mean to 'Look Autistic?'
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03/26/2017 at 21:43. Facebook
'The cloud’ is in fact a very physical space. (from 2016)

What the Internet Actually Looks Like
The Atlantic
03/26/2017 at 21:14. Facebook
Bolivia's zebras create jobs and save lives.

Big in Bolivia: Zebras in the Streets
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03/26/2017 at 20:32. Facebook
The problem with understanding zebra camouflage is that we've always looked at zebras through the wrong eyes—ours. (from 2016)

To Lions, Zebras Are Mostly Gray
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03/26/2017 at 20:07. Facebook
Unless the United States first understands how the math of college financial aid went wrong, the country will never solve the riddle of fixing it. (from 2016)

Financial Aid Doesn't Understand the Modern Family
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03/26/2017 at 18:44. Facebook
"If the worst case proves to be true, America will have to live with the consequences, including the dark cloud of illegitimacy that would hang over all actions taken by an administration that won with the aid of foreign interference."

The 2016 Election Makes It Clear—It's Time to Rewrite the Rules of Presidential Succession
The Atlantic
03/26/2017 at 17:13. Facebook
Turning 70? You were born around the same time as English singer-songwriter Sir Elton John, shown here. Around your 18th birthday, the first manned mission in NASA's Gemini space program was launched. Share your Life Timeline or explore someone else's.

How Will History Remember Your Lifetime?
The Atlantic
03/26/2017 at 16:28. Facebook
“Uber is feeding the fire of its competitors, which are growing by the day, both big and small.”

Can Uber Survive Without Self-Driving Cars?
The Atlantic
03/26/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
The shift in cultural artifacts from the late 20th century to now illuminates America’s changing moral framework. (from 2016)

The Death of Moral Relativism
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03/26/2017 at 14:50. Facebook
Shot against the wild backdrop of the Yorkshire moors, it’s a strikingly different kind of costume drama.

PBS's 'To Walk Invisible' Finds Fire in the Lives of the Bronte Sisters
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03/26/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
At its heart, the KonMari method is a quest for purity. (from 2016)

Marie Kondo and the Privilege of Clutter
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03/26/2017 at 13:55. Facebook
As traditional charitable institutions decline this kind of communal engagement may expand.

Can Religious Charities Take the Place of the Welfare State?
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03/26/2017 at 13:36. Facebook
“People log in to Facebook every day, leave a lot of digital footprints, and don’t treat it as anything unusual.” (via Quartz)

A Stanford psychologist just disproved the oldest love advice in the book
The Atlantic
03/26/2017 at 12:53. Facebook
The American Dream lives and dies at the local level. (via CityLab)

The American Dream's Urban-Rural Divide
The Atlantic
03/26/2017 at 12:12. Facebook
"Cotton is a dirty crop, often tinged with human suffering." (via Fast Company)

Did People Suffer For Your Cotton Shirt? DNA Tagging Lets You Track Its Origins | Fast Company
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03/26/2017 at 11:31. Facebook
"While the lurid history of Neverland might put off potential buyers, the fact that Jackson lived here is still a lure to some." (via MTV News)

The Price Of Neverland
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03/26/2017 at 10:20. Facebook
“We have a spectrum, from a pure mathematician, all the way through to people who may be unemployed and just do it for fun.” (via Atlas Obscura)

Inside the Twisted World of Expert Knot Tying
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03/26/2017 at 03:49. Facebook
"We’re not just going to stand here and watch you build that building without a fight."

Using a Rat Balloon to Protest Labor Abuse
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03/26/2017 at 03:27. Facebook
There is evidence that winter creates a pent-up demand for nice days, so that when they finally arrive, at least at first, they make us feel measurably better. (from 2014)

How Spring Opens the Mind
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03/26/2017 at 03:06. Facebook
A bicycle crew confronts injustice and redefines identity.

Ovarian Psycos: The L.A. Bicycle Crew for Women of Color