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Here are our favorite stories, podcasts, and videos from around the Web for the week of July 20.
- Future Tense research associate Jacob Brogan likes …
“Do the World’s ‘Uncontacted’ Tribes Deserve to Be Left Alone?” by Ishaan Tharoor, the Washington Post
“Peruvian anthropologists are reaching out to a previously isolated Amazonian tribe. Should they?”
- Staff writer Jamelle Bouie likes …
“Ulysses S. Grant Died 130 Years Ago. Racists Hate Him, but Historians No Longer Do.” by Nick Baumann, the Huffington Post
“Great piece on U.S Grant’s rehabilitation over the past few decades.”
- Assistant editor Miriam Krule likes …
“These Companies Claim They Can End Office Air-Conditioning Wars” by Rebecca Greenfield, Bloomberg
“I love the idea of an app that tallies workers' votes to decide on an appropriate office temperature.”