Joshua Foer

In addition to being the co-founder of the Atlas Obscura, Joshua Foer is the author of Moonwalking With Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything, which grew out of a story he wrote for Slate.

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March 8 2002 1:46 PMWhat's new in SI, Time, etc.
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Feb. 22 2002 12:48 PMGirlish Behavior
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Jan. 25 2002 11:28 AMWhat's new in Time, etc.
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Jan. 9 2002 4:47 PMWhat's new in the NYT Mag.
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Jan. 2 2002 7:34 AMTake Five
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Dec. 14 2001 11:54 AMWhat's new in Time, etc.
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Nov. 30 2001 11:30 AMMust-read stories in Harper's.
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Nov. 16 2001 10:41 AMMust-read stories in the New Republic, etc.
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Nov. 2 2001 12:03 PMRadicals and the Conservative 
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Oct. 22 2001 6:50 PMScare Tactics 
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July 31 2001 11:30 PM'N Sync Comes of Age 
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Feb. 15 2002 12:01 PMWhat's new in Details, etc.
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Jan. 18 2002 11:24 AMWhat's new in the NYT Mag.
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Jan. 4 2002 11:28 AMWhat's new in the NYT Mag.
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Dec. 28 2001 8:32 AMKashmir Sweater
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Dec. 21 2001 11:03 AMWhat's new in the Economist.
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Dec. 7 2001 10:54 AMMust-read stories in the New Republic.
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Nov. 21 2001 1:27 PMWhat's new in Vanity Fair, etc.
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Nov. 9 2001 11:50 AMEurope: The Old World Order 
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Oct. 26 2001 2:47 PMA-Bomb Scare 
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Oct. 12 2001 8:30 PMThe Government Teat
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Sept. 27 2001 3:00 AMKeys to the Lockbox
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Aug. 3 2001 11:30 PMTucker'd Out?  

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