Google Is My Co-ParentWhat Slate’s senior tech writer learned in his first four weeks of parenting.
Twitter for the MassesFor non-tweeters, the social network can feel clubby and confusing. Can its new home page change that?
The Wedding Industry’s Pricey Little SecretThat widely used “average wedding cost” figure is grossly misleading. Here’s a much more accurate number.
Pocket ScienceA South Carolina startup has built the slimmest, most practical wallet you’ll find.
Why Robot?Automated journalism is no longer science fiction. It’s time to change what we call it.
The Calendar That Checks YouGoogle just bought a fascinating app that promises to change how we manage our time.
I Stream, You StreamLive webcams were one of the Internet’s first big fads. Can Meerkat bring them back?
Roads & Kingdoms
Europe’s Waiting Room The Syrian civil war has turned Erdine, Turkey, back into the waystation for refugees that it was nearly a century ago.
The Grandparent Trap The shameful problem of elder financial abuse is only going to get worse.
What Happened at Slate This Week? Aisha Harris rounds up some shocking, informative, and hilarious reads.
What Happens When We Get It Wrong? Slate’s Corrections Czar Talks About Our Policy on Errors and Typos.
New York Needs Coyotes Coyotes may be wily, even virtually invisible, but they’re changing our cities.
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