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Opinion | How to Be More Resilient - The New York Times
How to Be More Resilient Some people are just genetically tougher. But you can train your brain to better handle stress. Dr. Friedman is a psychiatrist and a…
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The Website Obesity Crisis
Idle Words > Talks > Website Obesity This is the text version of a talk I gave on October 29, 2015, at the Web Directions conference in Sydney. [ 53 minute…
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The Best Art Books of 2018 - The New York Times
Credit Eric Helgas for The New York Times Skip to contentSkip to site index The Times’s art critics select some of their favorite art books and books related to…
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Close to the Machine: Technophilia and Its Discontents in Technology Technology Technology at Strand Books
About Strand Hours & Locations Sell Your Books Wish Lists My Account Advanced Search My Bag ( 0 ) Books & Media Show All Books & Media Bestsellers New Releases…
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Is a ghost in your office? (iStock) Economists report that workers are starting to act like millennials on Tinder: They’re ditching jobs with nary a text. “A…
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We knew that Michael Cohen had implicated President Trump in a felony . But on Wednesday, Cohen took things much, much further than that. Before he was handed a…
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Building a digital hospice » Nieman Journalism Lab
Earlier this year, I talked with some people about setting up a new publication. We had a specific focus, a budget, and a great list of potential collaborators.…
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Jason Witten has been linked with a return to the Cowboys.Photograph: Ron Jenkins/AP T he NFL has a multitude of problems: players committing off-the-field…
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The Faces of Ferrante
Still from the HBO adaptation of My Brilliant Friend In most respects, HBO’s adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend is merely serviceable. It’s a…
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Michael Bennett’s Political Football | The New Yorker
Bennett says that people need to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Illustration by Paul Rogers When “The Star-Spangled Banner” was played before the…
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What do you name color variables? | CSS-Tricks
I remember the very first time I tried Sass on a project. The first thing I wanted to do was variablize my colors. From my naming-things-in-HTML skillz, I knew…
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Why Terence Koh Quit the Art World
Terence Koh. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/2012 Getty Images Artist Terence Koh — best known for wearing all white and selling series of his own excrement plated, in…
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When a Boyfriend Joins the Marriage - The New York Times
Modern Love They agreed she could have sex on the side as long as he didn’t have to know about it. Then she fell in love. Credit Brian Rea Two guys are out in…
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Publishers and DJs Barbie Bertisch and Paul Raffaele on running your own fanzine – The Creative Independent
When you first started making your fanzine Love Injection , was there any particular kind of model or inspiration for how you wanted it to look and feel? How…
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The Labor of Love Injection | Office Magazine
Can you tell me a bit about the fruition of Love Injection? P— It was born in February of 2015. It started because that was the first year that Red Bull Music…
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The Friendship That Made Google Huge | The New Yorker
The company’s top coders seem like two halves of a single mind. Illustration by David Plunkert One day in March of 2000, six of Google’s best engineers gathered…
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How Hannah Beachler Built Black Panther's Wakanda - CityLab
The Afrofuturist design of Wakanda and its capital, Golden City. Marvel Studios Nicole Flatow Nov 5, 2018 The designer behind Black Panther ’s beloved city…
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Was the Media’s Big “Pivot to Video” All Based on a Lie? | Vanity Fair
David Paul Morris/Bloomberg. In April 2016, Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement that would change the course of the digital media world: within five years, he…
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“Trump Was Totally Caught Off Guard by the Cohen Plea”: Inside Trumpworld, Some Fear Mueller Has Laid a Perjury Trap | Vanity Fair
Trump photographed on the South Lawn of the White House, November 29, 2018. By Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg/Getty Images. Exactly what Michael Cohen told Robert…
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Buster Posey was having none of Hunter Strickland's madness
var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]); Congratulations to Hunter Strickland for reminding us that the 2014 playoffs were about him and his own failures…
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Neolithic mask stuns archaeologists, raises eyebrows
With their vacant eyes and enigmatic, toothy expressions, the 9,000-year-old stone masks from the area around the southern Judean desert are among the region’s…
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Rookie » Editor's Letter
Issue 87: Evolution Illustration by Esme Blegvad. Editor’s Letter Thank you for growing up with us. 11/30/2018 Get the Rookie newsletter! Leave this field empty…
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My Father’s Art | by Anna Shapiro | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
David Shapiro: Untitled (self-portrait) , 1932 I never could figure out how I felt about my father’s work. Protective, proud that he was an artist. But did I…
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Robert Mueller and His Prosecutors: Who They Are and What They’ve Done - The New York Times
Robert Mueller and His Prosecutors: Who They Are and What They’ve Done Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has marshaled a team of law enforcement…
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Jason Molina’s Love and Work - Believer Magazine
Some of us live our adult lives—decades—and never realize what we are the best at doing, or what we loved doing the most, our calling, in other words. Or, if we…
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An Interview with Barry Jenkins - Believer Magazine
Incredulous . That is the word that describes how I felt about the opportunity to interview Academy Award–winning director Barry Jenkins and about sitting…
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Ricky Jay’s Magical Secrets | The New Yorker
The playwright David Mamet and the theatre director Gregory Mosher affirm that some years ago, late one night in the bar of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Chicago,…
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President Trump stops to talk with reporters Thursday about his former personal attorney Michael Cohen as he walks to Marine One from the White House to depart…
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Acting attorney general Matthew G. Whitaker at an event last week in New York. (Peter Foley/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock) Acting attorney general Matthew G. Whitaker…
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The lasting friendship, fierce rivalry of Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman – The Athletic
Most Recent Authors PRESS ENTER TO SEE ALL RESULTS NHL MLB NFL NBA COLLEGE FOOTBALL COLLEGE BASKETBALL FANTASY SOCCER MLS NHL FEATURES, LONGFORM, COMMENTARY LOG…
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Grouper’s Liz Harris Explains the Art of the Paradox and the Beauty of Mistakes | Pitchfork
The ambient artist’s work is titanic and quiet, eerie and soothing, ghostly and alive. Photo by Tanja Engelberts Liz Harris lives in Astoria, Oregon, near the…
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302 Found
For the last decade or so, I’ve been on a number on boards, consulted with a number of entrepreneurs, and have been both formally and informally involved in…
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Dropping Acid
"The track didn’t bother with song form, melodic development, harmony, or lyrical content; it was an investigation of the infinite permutations of sound itself. Winding through a pounding, jittery beat, an atonal three-note motif wriggled and thrashed, as though trying to escape, for more than twelve minutes."
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No Work for Amazon New York | Coworker.org
We are asking tech workers to pledge not to work for Amazon if they open their new “HQ2” in Queens. As tech workers—key members of Amazon LIC's prospective…
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Lena Dunham Comes to Terms With Herself
Dunham in New York on November 2. Photo: Gillian Laub One morning, about three weeks after we’d first met, Lena Dunham sent me ten text messages in a row. She…
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Nick Drnaso on Sabrina, His Booker-Longlisted Comic
Very mild spoilers for Nick Drnaso’s Sabrina below. Talk to Nick Drnaso for more than a few seconds and you hear in his laconic, muted voice a longing to be…
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Psychedelic Mushrooms Are Closer to Medicinal Use (It’s Not Just Your Imagination) - The New York Times
Supported by Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have suggested that psilocybin, which is found in hallucinogenic mushrooms, be reclassified from a Schedule…
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How Donald Trump and Roy Cohn’s Ruthless Symbiosis Changed America | Vanity Fair
ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE Lawyer Roy Cohn and Donald Trump at the opening of Manhattan’s Trump Tower, 1983. By Sonia Moskowitz. ‘Donald calls me 15 to 20 times…
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You probably won’t make it to the top
If you really set your mind to it, you can do it. Get to the very top. Beat out all the others. That’s how I did it. I just wanted it more, worked hard, and…
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What Amazon’s Black Friday shift is like for workers - Vox
As plenty of Amazon employees have attested, working inside one of the company’s fulfillment centers can be grueling. Rick T. Wilking/Getty Images Last year,…
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The ‘Punk Rock’ Comic Book Shop - The New York Times
Supported by Neighborhood Joint Look through Desert Island’s plywood shelves and you’ll find glossy paperbacks as well as photocopied-and-stapled booklets with…
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Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis - The New York Times
Facebook has gone on the attack as one scandal after another — Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — has led to a congressional and consumer backlash.…
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Who is Charlie Munger? Wit and Wisdom From The World's Most Irreverent Billionaire
Charlie Munger is one of the great minds of the 20th century. Below is an attempt to capture that wisdom in one shareable place. “Spend each day trying to be a…
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Visual artist Marilyn Minter on listening to your inner voice – The Creative Independent
You waited almost 30 years to show the photographs of your mother that you took as a student. Why did you not show them in the beginning? I had so much shame. I…
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Writer, teacher, and activist Sarah Schulman on writing as an impulsive act – The Creative Independent
Congratulations on your new novel, Maggie Terry , which has just been published by Feminist Press. It’s your first book since publishing your non-fiction title,…
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Yale Union's Executive Director Yoko Ott Has Died - Blogtown ...
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Preindustrial workers worked fewer hours than today's
Preindustrial workers worked fewer hours than today's Pre-industrial workers had a shorter workweek than today's from The Overworked American: The Unexpected…
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Climate change: Bug covered 'bionic mushroom' generates clean energy - BBC News
US researchers have successfully tested the rather whacky idea of producing electricity from a mushroom covered in bacteria. The scientists used 3D printing to…
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Your Office Doesn’t Have Nap Time Because You Are Not a Child - The New York Times
Credit Photo Illustration by Emily Simms Skip to contentSkip to site index work Friend Being a grown-up means being responsible for your choices. Like many…
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Your Office Doesn’t Have Nap Time Because You Are Not a Child
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Close Encounters with O. Schrauwen’s Mesmerizing “Parallel Lives” | The New Yorker
© O. Schwauren The Berlin-based cartoonist Olivier Schrauwen’s new book, “ Parallel Lives ,” which will be published in December, is a dazzling and disorienting…
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A Story About Fred Trump and Woody Guthrie for the Midterm Elections | The New Yorker
In 1950, Woody Guthrie moved into an apartment at Beach Haven, a cluster of buildings in Brooklyn. His landlord was Donald Trump’s father. Photograph by Eric…
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Scottish Doctors Are Prescribing Nature for Mental Health
Hello there! Photo: Danita Delimont/Getty Images/Gallo Images In Scotland, doctors have been prescribing nature to people (one recent headline : “Doctors in…
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How a Woman Becomes a Lake | The New Yorker
In Book V of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, the nymph Arethusa tells Ceres the story of how she was transformed into a spring. Photograph from The Picture Art Collection…
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Apple’s New Map
APPLE’S NEW MAP Has Apple closed the gap with Google’s map? NOVEMBER 2018 ⚠️ Tap or click any image to enlarge Perhaps the biggest surprise about Apple’s new…
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Bob Dylan’s First Day with “Tangled Up in Blue” | The New Yorker
With “Blood on the Tracks,” Bob Dylan was throwing down the gauntlet, showing himself once again to be a master singer-songwriter. Photograph by Rick Diamond /…
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Filmmaker and composer John Carpenter on not overanalyzing your own work – The Creative Independent
There have been eleven Halloween films at this point, including the new one. What has it been like for you to see your creation go through all these…
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"Systems literacy is as different from written literacy as reading and writing are different from speaking and listening. Written literacy is grounded in pictures and stories: vivid, concrete time-slices of lived experience. Systems literacy is about the logic that produces those stories: the conditional networks of potential experience, the possibilities that model what can happen. It’s about prediction, simulation, and explanation."
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Klay Thompson Breaks Down His Game - The Ringer
“What is this, Microsoft Excel? I haven’t used Excel since college.” Klay Thompson was experiencing nostalgia for his Washington State school days. I was…
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Writer Ben Marcus on the value of solitude – The Creative Independent
In “Blueprints for St. Louis,” Helen, the protagonist, observes that, “[…] there was no more fiction of dark days to come. The dark days were here, they were…
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“Although the wind ...” by Izumi Shikibu | Poetry Foundation
Although the wind blows terribly here, the moonlight also leaks between the roof planks of this ruined house.
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Paris Review - Jeffrey Eugenides, The Art of Fiction No. 215
At the MacDowell Colony in 1994. Born in Detroit in 1960, Jeffrey Eugenides lived through the city’s last glory years as the heart of the American auto…
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Meet Chai, the Eclectic Japanese Rock Band Redefining What It Means to Be Cute | Pitchfork
The group talk about breaking free from their home country’s repressive attitudes toward women in this Rising interview. Chai, from left: Yuki, Mana, Kana,…
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Delacroix’s High Performance | The New Yorker
"Primary colors blaze. Black resounds. It’s a dazzling picture, but Delacroix’s open competition with Rubens, who was denied a riposte by virtue of being two centuries deceased, gives it the air of an elephantine bagatelle. It advertises what Delacroix can do, pending something worth doing. I expect honest disagreement here from other art lovers, who may find a frolic in the painterly surf exhilarating. But I have trouble with artists—Rubens very much included—who seem driven mainly to be admired."
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Dealing with Dependencies Inside Design Systems – EightShapes – Medium
Decomposing Features to Master Change Up the Chain #5 of 6 of the series Releasing Design Systems: Outputs | Cadence | Versions | Breaking | Dependencies |…
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Your Real Biological Clock Is You’re Going to Die – Hmm Daily
In April, in a small town on a small island in a small string of islands trailing down from the main part of Japan, the world’s then-oldest person died. Nabi…
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Letter of Recommendation: Detroit Techno - The New York Times
"I like to imagine what the instruments making these sounds would look like were they to take physical form — maybe some fleshy contraption from a David Cronenberg movie, capable of mutating, with the twist of a knob, into a completely different shape right before our ears. Or maybe the sound of a star shooting past your windshield as you drive up the freeway into outer space."
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A desire path - an unofficial shortcut - in a park in Tunbridge Wells.Photograph: Alamy W e’ve all been there. You want a short cut – to the bus stop, office or…
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It turns out that Facebook could in fact use data collected from its Portal in-home video device to target you with ads - Recode
Facebook announced Portal last week , its take on the in-home, voice-activated speaker to rival competitors from Amazon, Google and Apple. The biggest question…
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The Bezos way: sleep, puttering, and three high-quality decisions a day
One of the most successful business people in the world…putters? Jeff Bezos has always been one of those people whose ideas and thinking make a lot of sense to…
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Portland Streets Descend Into Bedlam, Again, as Proud Boys and Antifascists Maul Each Other - Willamette Week
A sudden march by Proud Boys through downtown Portland tonight turned into a melee, as tensions between radical groups stoked by national media erupted in a…
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Racialism - RationalWiki
The colorful pseudoscience Racialism Hating thy neighbour Racism Racial pride Nationalism Divide and conquer Blackface Goy No-go zone PEGIDA Woden's Folk…
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