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Slam and Jam
THE runways of Newark International Airport now rank among the most heavily used in the world. Day after day, night after night, in good weather and in bad, the airplanes bear down on…
Length: 5 minutes (1457 words)
The Neuroscience of the Gut
What Does Your Phone Know About You? More Than You Think
Figuring that I've got nothing to hide or steal, I'd always privileged convenience over any privacy and security protocols. Not anymore. I plugged my phone into my computer…
Published: April 25, 2011
Length: 6 minutes (1570 words)
John Muir, the Original Environmentalist
Slam and Jam by William Langewiesche
HE runways of Newark International Airport now rank among the most heavily used in the world. Day after day, night after night, in good weather and in bad, the airplanes bear down on them. Their…
Length: 28 minutes (7054 words)
10 Essential #Longreads on Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda from The Atlantic archives
10 Essential #Longreads on Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda from The Atlantic archives From The Atlanticarchives, ten articles on terrorism, Bin Laden, Al-Qaeda, and more. Visit The Atlantic…
Length: 1 minutes (355 words)
10 Essential Longreads on Bin Laden, Al Qaeda, and The War on Terror
With news of Osama bin Laden's death ricocheting around the Web, we dove into The Atlantic's archives to find the most interesting, engaging, and thoughtful pieces on bin Laden,…
Published: May 3, 2011
Length: 1 minutes (393 words)
Nearly 100 Fantastic Pieces of Journalism
These must reads are my personal picks for the best nonfiction of 2010 Awards season in journalism is almost over: David Brooks has long since handed out the Sidneys, the…
Published: May 4, 2011
Length: 14 minutes (3716 words)
On the Floor Laughing: Traders Are Having a New Kind of Fun
The modern trader is playing the most sophisticated, dynamic, immersive game in the world. Here's how it works -- and why your job might be the next to turn into a massively…
Published: May 9, 2011
Length: 12 minutes (3081 words)
Hillary Clinton: Chinese System Is Doomed, Leaders on a 'Fool's Errand'
In an exclusive interview, the secretary of state says Beijing's human rights record is "deplorable" and it is "trying to stop history" by opposing the advance of democracyIn my
Published: May 10, 2011
Length: 19 minutes (4852 words)
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