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The serene robot art of KMNDZ can't be undone

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There's no going back for the rust belt, but there is wonder—and inspiration—in metaphor Read the rest

How card games became cool again

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Wildly-popular card game Android: Netrunner has an exceptionally diverse and inviting lore and universe, but its community of players still has to push back against the social stereotypes of the traditional card game scene. Here's how they're doing it. Read the rest

The Post-It Note company's obscure boardgames

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High adventure in the world of high finance! Wait! Don't fall asleep just yet… Read the rest

That time the Internet sent a SWAT team to my mom's house

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When I set out to research the out-of-control harassment problem in gamer culture, I never dreamed my mother would be caught up in the middle of it all. Read the rest

First near-Earth-size planet in “habitable zone” around sun-like star confirmed by NASA

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Space truth, more awesome than fiction. Read the rest

The art of Patrick Morgan

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His mind sees the world in a very special way. Read the rest

Steve Jobs: Insanely Great

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A sponsored sneak peek of a new graphic biography of the late Apple founder and chief executive. Read the rest

Sound is the forgotten flavor sense

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Manipulating sound can transform our experience of food and drink, making stale potato chips taste fresh, adding the sensation of cream to black coffee, or boosting the savory, peaty notes in whiskey. Read the rest

TOM THE DANCING BUG: Bill Cosby's Fat Albert, in " 'Lude Awakening"!

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Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH Bill Cosby's Fat Albert learns an important lesson about improper behavior on a date. Read the rest

The phenomenon of the Breakup Explanation status update

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The personal is public, and don't you know it. Read the rest

Donald Duck taught me how to play billiards

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Before the age of YouTube, you cherished the chance to see a rerun—and you had to take notes. Read the rest

War without tears

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The relationship between video games and violence is healthier than we like to think Read the rest

A book to help everyone make a living with Creative Commons

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Let's show the world how sharing can be good for business. Read the rest

Russell Simmons Raps On A Record

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… and keeps all the money Read the rest

Aryans in Arcadia

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The early New Age movement was entwined with racist beliefs. Though modern adherents have moved on, cultural appropriation still links them to its troubling roots. Read the rest

Gamesmanship and the strange little books that taught me how to win at everything

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The wisdom of Stephen Potter is my greatest secret. And now it is my gift to you. Read the rest

Manyland, a universe we draw together

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We're making an infinite, shared universe where what you draw becomes real. Read the rest