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Doctor and Journalist Atul Gawande Picked for Dimon-Bezos-Buffett Health Firm - Bloomberg
Atul Gawande, the surgeon and journalist who has written extensively about America’s failure to grapple with an inefficient health-care system, has been named to head a new venture for Inc., Berkshire Hathaway Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
kottke  newyorker  atul_gawande  warren_buffet 
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The Rage of the Incels | The New Yorker
We can’t redistribute women’s bodies as if they are a natural resource; they are the bodies we live in. We can redistribute the value we apportion to one another—something that the incels demand from others but refuse to do themselves. I still think about Bette telling me, in 2013, how being lonely can make your brain feel like it’s under attack.
culture  misogyny  newyorker  cults  men  women 
2 days ago by cmananian
Why Do We Care So Much About Privacy? | The New Yorker
Big Tech wants to exploit our personal data, and the government wants to keep tabs on us. But “privacy” isn’t what’s really at stake.
privacy  newyorker 
3 days ago by jorgebarba
Joseph Mitchell: mysterious chronicler of the margins of New York | Books | The Guardian
Joseph Mitchell composed masterly and inspiring dispatches from the edges of New York – and then wrote nothing for 30 years. Tim Adams salutes one of his literary heroes
NewYorker  journalism 
3 days ago by mikalgilmore
Looking for Life on a Flat Earth
Alan Burdick's fascinating profile of "the mother of all conspiracies," in the New Yorker: "The flat Earth was perhaps a scam, an emotional salve with no basis in physical reality. Now it has become both real and surreal, like a performance-art piece in which nobody can tell the actors, stagehands, and audience apart."
newyorker  conspiracy  truth  science 
5 days ago by warnick
The A.C.L.U. Is Getting Involved in Elections—and Reinventing Itself for the Trump Era | The New Yorker
Benjamin Wallace-Wells writes about the risks that the American Civil Liberties Union takes by becoming more involved in progressive electoral races.
aclu  NewYorker  politics 
6 days ago by PGEddington
Dr. Ruth, Dr. Kissinger, and Trump’s Cruelty to Families | The New Yorker
“The Evian Conference gave us no help,” Dr. Ruth said. “If not for the Kindertransport, I would not be here today. I hope something more comes from this conversation about the Syrian refugees than came from Evian.” At this point she was looking directly at Kissinger. Now I understood why Merkel had wanted her at the dinner. There wasn’t a trace of accusation in her voice—the whole time she’d been telling the story in the same half-apologetic tone—but no one, least of all Kissinger, could have missed her point: You and I were the same as each other, the same as the Syrians. I have not forgotten. Have you?
NewYorker  article  Ruth_Westheimer  refugees  international  Henry_Kissinger  Angela_Merkel 
8 days ago by bdwc

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