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The Atlantic: Twitter Was the Ultimate Cancellation Machine.
The Atlantic: Twitter Was the Ultimate Cancellation Machine.
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"Communities naturally drum up hype for a brand and its products; in some instances, members might even provide feedback for product development and are the first to test new samples."
"Communities naturally drum up hype for a brand and its products; in some instances, members might even provide feedback for product development and are the first to test new samples."
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"Finally, crypto is in part about creating and relying on strong consensus mechanisms. That requires a shared understanding of what we’re actually talking about. I think one of the reasons people new to crypto find it confusing or _...Read More_
"Finally, crypto is in part about creating and relying on strong consensus mechanisms. That requires a shared understanding of what we’re actually talking about. I think one of the reasons people new to crypto find it confusing or _...Read More_
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"Wrote about ”trend brain” - why everything online has to be either buyable, understandable, or moral (and therefore worthy of consumption)."
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"What happens when everyone has a theory/analysis for everything on the internet?"
"What happens when everyone has a theory/analysis for everything on the internet?"
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>"All kinds of novels can contain love—and the pleasure of encountering a good one that does is universal."
>"All kinds of novels can contain love—and the pleasure of encountering a good one that does is universal."
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This is a great article. It’s important to remember how much more difficult business travel can be for single people. It’s much harder to find care for kids, pets etc than patterned people.
This is a great article. It’s important to remember how much more difficult business travel can be for single people. It’s much harder to find care for kids, pets etc than patterned people.
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"A video claiming to show a lost Picasso being found at a Goodwill store has gained 3.8 million views on TikTok."
"A video claiming to show a lost Picasso being found at a Goodwill store has gained 3.8 million views on TikTok."
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>"Melina Bee is the internet’s historical microaesthetics whisperer."
>"Melina Bee is the internet’s historical microaesthetics whisperer."
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"Scientists don’t want you to be going out right now. But if you must …"
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"Millennials grew up hating their bodies. Does Gen Z have to be the same?"
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What’s the deal with fictional influencers? By Rebecca Jennings One tech company has created a slate of scripted influencers, each with their own storylines. But how is anyone supposed to tell the difference between what’s real and what _...Read More_
What’s the deal with fictional influencers? By Rebecca Jennings One tech company has created a slate of scripted influencers, each with their own storylines. But how is anyone supposed to tell the difference between what’s real and what _...Read More_
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>"In "Consumed," fashion journalist Aja Barber details why we can’t buy our way to a more ethical world."
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"Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman’s Early Stage lets artificial intelligence speak for itself so we don’t have to wonder what they think of us" "Each episode of Early Stage shows a new A.I. identity, offering insight _...Read More_
"Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman’s Early Stage lets artificial intelligence speak for itself so we don’t have to wonder what they think of us" "Each episode of Early Stage shows a new A.I. identity, offering insight _...Read More_