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No Family Is Safe From This Epidemic
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How To Design Your Ideal Workday Based On Your Sleep Habits
Rich Bellis, Fast Company
According to sleep expert Michael Breus, you can pack the most into your working hours by knowing your sleep type.
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Genetically Engineering Yourself Sounds Like a Horrible Idea—But This Guy Is Doing It Anyway
Genetically Engineering Yourself Sounds Like a Horrible Idea—But This Guy Is Doing It Anyway
Kristen V. Brown, Gizmodo
“If something goes wrong, I can just chop off that part of the skin.”
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What Really Happened At The School Where Every Graduate Got Into College
What Really Happened At The School Where Every Graduate Got Into College
Kate McGee, NPR
"You saw kids walking across the stage, who, they're nice young people, but they don't deserve to be walking across the stage," Butcher says.
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Matt Lauer Accused of Sexual Harassment by Multiple Women
Matt Lauer Accused of Sexual Harassment by Multiple Women
Ramin Setoodeh & Elizabeth Wagmeister, Variety
On Wednesday, NBC announced that Lauer was fired from “Today.” It was a stunning move for a co-host who was widely considered the crown jewel of the network’s news division, with a $25 million annual salary.v
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The Internet Is Dying. Repealing Net Neutrality Hastens That Death.
The Internet Is Dying. Repealing Net Neutrality Hastens That Death.
Farhad Manjoo, The New York Times
Freewheeling internet has been dying a slow death — and a vote next month by the Federal Communications Commission to undo net neutrality would be the final pillow in its face.
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What Actually Happens the Day Net Neutrality Is Repealed
What Actually Happens the Day Net Neutrality Is Repealed
Dell Cameron, Gizmodo
On December 14th, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote to replace current rules enforcing net neutrality. Nothing short of an extinction-level event will prevent it. But before abandoning all hope, know that while the battle for net neutrality at the FCC may have been lost, the war isn’t even close to a conclusion.
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How to Survive the Media Apocalypse
How to Survive the Media Apocalypse
Derek Thompson, The Atlantic
2017 has been a uniquely miserable year in the media business, in which venerable publications and fledging sites, divided by audience age and editorial style, have been united in misery.
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Meet the Man Who Deactivated Trump's Twitter Account
Meet the Man Who Deactivated Trump's Twitter Account
Ingrid Lunden, TechCrunch
So for those who haven’t been happy with Trump — and judging by the popular vote results from the 2016 election, that accounted for a majority of voters in the U.S. — those deactivated 11 minutes became a burst of unexpected joy.
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