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Future Tense Oct 22, 8:43 AM
This Synthesizer Makes Music Out of the Weather
Technology Oct 22, 8:13 AM
Good Teaching Is Not About Playing It Safe Classroom technology can make learning more dangerous, and that’s a good thing.
Bad Astronomy Oct 22, 7:30 AM
An Illusion That Makes Me Happy and Sad
Working Oct 22, 6:00 AM
Why It’s OK to Ask People What They Do David Plotz talks to two junior staffers about the lessons of Working.
Politics Oct 22, 12:44 AM
We Need More Ben Bradlees His relationship with John F. Kennedy shows what’s missing from today’s Washington journalism.
Technology Oct 21, 11:44 PM
Driving in Circles The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.
The Slatest Oct 21, 9:53 PM
Ben Bradlee, Editor of the Washington Post During Watergate, Dies
Brow Beat Oct 21, 9:42 PM
Watch the All The President’s Men Scene That Perfectly Captured Ben Bradlee’s Genius
The Slatest Oct 21, 7:56 PM
NBC Cameraman Declared Ebola-Free, Will Be Released From Hospital
The Gist Oct 21, 6:46 PM
Soup Was Once Hilarious And so were deliverymen, husbands doing the dishes, and corned beef hash.
Moneybox Oct 21, 5:57 PM
Soda and Fries Have Lost Their Charm for Both Consumers and Investors
Technology Oct 21, 5:38 PM
Justified Paranoia Citizenfour offers a look into the mind of Edward Snowden.
Moneybox Oct 21, 4:33 PM
Walmart Is Killing the Rest of Corporate America in Solar Power Adoption
Future Tense Oct 21, 4:14 PM
Planet Money Uncovers One Surprising Reason the Internet Is Sexist
The Slatest Oct 21, 4:12 PM
Cowboys Waive Michael Sam
The Slatest Oct 21, 3:52 PM
Washington 911 Went Down for Hours in April Because a Call Counter Maxed Out
The World Oct 21, 3:13 PM
Why Countries Make Human Rights Pledges They Have No Intention of Honoring
The XX Factor Oct 21, 3:03 PM
Renée Zellweger’s New Face Is Too Real
The Slatest Oct 21, 2:35 PM
NSA Is Letting Its Chief Technical Officer Work 20 Hours a Week for a Private Company
The Vault Oct 21, 2:23 PM
A Data-Packed Map of American Immigration in 1903
Video Oct 21, 2:19 PM
The Birth of Sex Placoderms had intercourse "square-dance style” more than 385 million years ago.
Brow Beat Oct 21, 1:47 PM
The Best Way to Fry an Egg (Video)
The Eye Oct 21, 1:47 PM
How Designers Use Creative Briefs to Better Their Work
Lexicon Valley Oct 21, 1:36 PM
Single Quotes or Double Quotes? It’s Really Quite Simple.
The Slatest Oct 21, 1:24 PM
After 13 Years of U.S. Occupation, Afghanistan Opium Production Is at an All-Time High
Moneybox Oct 21, 1:12 PM
The Global Millionaires Club Is Booming and Losing Its Exclusivity
The XX Factor Oct 21, 1:12 PM
George Tiller’s Murderer Threatens Another Abortion Provider, Claims Right of Free Speech
Behind the Scenes Oct 21, 1:02 PM
Where Slate Plus Members Are From A weird-looking cartogram of Slate Plus memberships by state.
Atlas Obscura Oct 21, 12:40 PM
There's a Sinister Skeleton Hiding in this Ridiculously Ornate Church
Behold Oct 21, 12:05 PM
Same-Sex Couples at Home With Themselves in 1980s America
Climate Desk Oct 21, 11:53 AM
Taking Research for Granted Texas Republican Lamar Smith continues his crusade against independence in science.
Video Oct 21, 11:50 AM
An iPhone 6 Camera Review Shot With an iPhone 6 See why it’s not worth the upgrade.
The World Oct 21, 11:40 AM
The U.S. Has Spent $7 Billion Fighting the War on Drugs in Afghanistan. It Hasn’t Worked. 
Quora Oct 21, 11:37 AM
What Was It Like to Work at the Original Napster?
Brow Beat Oct 21, 11:34 AM
Germans Really Are More Punctual. Just Ask Angela Merkel.
Business Insider Oct 21, 11:27 AM
There Is Now a Real-life Hoverboard You Can Preorder for $10,000
The Slatest Oct 21, 11:17 AM
The Pennsylvania Fugitive Sniper Is Still at Large After 39 Days
Technology Oct 21, 10:43 AM
Social Networking Didn’t Start at Harvard It really began at a girls’ reform school.
Brow Beat Oct 21, 10:41 AM
Taylor Swift Just Went to No. 1 on iTunes Canada With Eight Seconds of Static
The Slatest Oct 21, 10:27 AM
Oscar Pistorius Sentenced to Five Years, May Only Serve 10 Months

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