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How To Break FIFA
Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about politics, sports, science, economics and lifestyle.
article  editorial  538  fifa  economics  politics 
4 hours ago
Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder
On the phenomenon of campus 'trigger' warnings
article  cityjournal  editorial  education  culture 
23 hours ago
Human-AI echoborgs make chatbots more real, but still fail Turing test
Having a person speak a chatbot's answers changes people's perceptions of the AI.
article  arstechnica  ai  technology  culture 
23 hours ago
Is Christianity Dying?
"Christianity isn’t a political party, dependent on crafting ideologies to suit the masses."
article  theology  editorial  politics  culture  history  *  statistics 
yesterday
APOD: 2015 March 24 - Powers of Ten
A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
video  mathematics  cool  history 
yesterday
Inbox Zero vs. Inbox 5,000: A Unified Theory
There are two types of people in the world: those with hundreds of unread messages, and those who can’t relax until their inboxes are cleared out.
article  theatlantic  dichotomy  editorial  technology  culture 
2 days ago
Longstreet Farm
It’s nice to see the animals
comic  editorial  philosophy 
2 days ago
Masters of Love
Science says lasting relationships come down to—you guessed it—kindness and generosity.
article  kindness  theatlantic  socialresearch  wisdom  marriage  culture  * 
2 days ago
​The Counselor
Will the future of healthcare bring artificial intelligence that convinces you it's time to die?
fiction  future  healthcare  technology  culture 
2 days ago
Apple Watch and Continuous Computing
The Apple Watch's success depends on three things: the physical design, the interaction model, and how it interacts with its environment. It's on the right track
article  editorial  apple  stratechery  applewatch 
3 days ago
Obama, Anti-Semitism and Iran
Are anti-Semites ultimately rational actors who happen to hold despicable views? Or does their prejudice warp their perception of the world so fundamentally that they calculate risks and rewards differently from most Western elites?
article  editorial  worldview  culture  politics  iran  russia  turkey  us 
3 days ago
Ad Blocks’ Doomsday Scenarios
by Frederic Filloux On the ad blocking front, the situation keeps getting worse. Until now, the media industry pretended to ignore the problem, perhaps waiting
article  advertising  technology  publishing  economics  editorial  mondaynote 
3 days ago
Basically unaffordable
Top 100 rankings of the best business schools. Find full-time MBA, part-time MBA, online MBA, and EMBA.
article  editorial  economist  basicincome  economics 
4 days ago
Getting Darnell Off the Corners: Why America Should Ride the Anti-Drug-War Wave
It’s one thing that the United States will soon be taking orders from China (or already is).
article  newrepublic  editorial  warondrugs 
8 days ago
De-Quasimodo Yourself: 6 Exercises to Counteract Slouching
Earlier this year when I made a video about how to plan your week, several viewers commented on the terrible Quasimodo-like hunched back I displayed. As a g
howto  stretch  article  artofmanliness 
9 days ago
Building Fenway Farms
“The beauty in this design is its simplicity, but don’t let that fool you into thinking it was easy to develop. We had to go down a gauntlet of parameters.
article  modernfarmer  gardening 
10 days ago
In Flight
En route from London to Tokyo, a pilot’s-eye view of life in the sky.
article  nytimes  flight  culture 
10 days ago
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