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A coin-operated museum proves common ground between a litterateur and a geek. Choose Your Character by Brianna Wu in Issue 14 Code Dependency by Mark Siegal in Issue 14 Unbound Pages by John D. Berry in Issue 13 Death of a Code Man by Jane Hodges in Issue 11 Heavy Breathing by Chris Higgins in Issue 11 The terror of waking not breathing, over and over again, can be assuaged with a bit of hardware. Fraindship Rings by Saba Imtiaz in Issue 10 Gender Binder by Glenn Fleishman in Issue 10 Re-Enabled by Steven Aquino in Issue 9 Bit Bucket by Mark Donohoe in Issue 8 The Professionalization of Pot by Alison Hallett in Issue 6 How He Met My Mother by Jason Snell in Issue 5 You Are Boring by Scott Simpson in Issue 4 My Cup of Tea by Dan Moren in Issue 3 Cautiously Optimistic by Alex Knight in Issue 2 Falling From The Friendly Skies by Daniel Rutter in Issue 2 How to Make a Baby by Gina Trapani in Issue 2 Obvious by Marco Arment in Issue 2 Strange Game by John Siracusa in Issue 2 The Wet Shave by Lex Friedman in Issue 2 Alone Together, Again by Alex Payne in Issue 1 Baseball Misfits by Jason Snell in Issue 1 Fireballed by Guy English in Issue 1 Stables and Volatiles by Michael Lopp in Issue 1 String Theory by Matthew Amster-Burton March 6, A bit of twine transformed between two hands is an ice breaker that transcends cultures and languages.
Baseball Misfits by Jason Snell March 5, Originally appeared in Issue 1 , October 11, Mexican Digital Library by Julie Schwietert Collazo March 4, Mexico is determined to convert its patrimony into digital form on its own terms. Small Instruction Set by Ciara Byrne March 3, CoderDojo promotes self-directed learning and local mentors to help kids teach themselves to program. Radium Hound by Theresa Everline February 27, Ski d Marks by Rob Pegoraro February 26, Stacked in His Favor by Matthew Amster-Burton February 21, Matthew Amster-Burton contends with the messy reality of books in an elementary-school library. Eggs Terminate by Jen A. Miller February 19, A faster, egg-free flu vaccine becomes available to those with allergies, including reporter Jen A.
Quality Time by John Moltz February 19, Originally appeared in Issue 5 , December 6, Tip of the Iced Burb by Jessica L. Doyle February 18, Pay Caesar His Due by Glenn Fleishman February 18, Sorting out the taxing dilemma of paying taxes on crowdfunding campaigns at Kickstarter and beyond. The Birth of the Cool by Colleen Hubbard February 14, The Slow Selfie by April Kilcrease February 13, April Kilcrease shows us why. Originally appeared in Issue 36 , February 13, Kevin Kelly: Retooling Cool by Glenn Fleishman February 13, An interview with a digital maverick, whose analog roots are showing in his latest book. Audio and transcript. Doctor, It Hurts When I Tell a Story! by Glenn Fleishman February 12, To Have and Not Hold by Colleen Hubbard February 10, A hippie, an anarchist, and a start-up define freeness and sharing in a time of excess.
Originally appeared in Issue 35 , January 30, Fertile Ground for Apps by Natali Morris February 10, Natali Morris turns to her smartphone for contraception to avoid the pill, IUDs, and other options — and their unpleasant side effects. Winding Down by Tom Bentley February 7, Hello Kitty by Carren Jao February 6, Roll for Initiative by Scott McNulty February 4, Originally appeared in Issue 14 , April 11, Heart Shut Tight by Kellie M. Walsh February 3, Walsh go on a songwriting tangent and discover love. Bipolar Explorer by Jeff Porten January 28, Shifting from Shelves to Snowflakes by Alex Duner January 27, Libraries shift from consumption into creation with makerspaces. Alex Duner checks it out.
Posh Privies by Carren Jao January 24, Carren Jao enjoys the luxury of the typical Japanese toilet alongside the severe simplicity of a pit. Game of Clones by Chris Higgins January 23, On the Matter of Why Bitcoin Matters by Glenn Fleishman January 21, Marc Andreessen was a big part of turning the Web into a mainstream experience, but seems to misunderstand Bitcoin profoundly, writes Glenn Fleishman. Naked Face by Jen A. Miller January 20, by Brittany Shoot January 17, MacGyver by Julian Smith January 16, Originally appeared in Issue 34 , January 16, Penguin Propulsion by Jen A.
Miller January 15, The emperor penguin rockets itself through the water with a unique shoulder joint; Jen A. Miller talks to a scientist who is testing a robotic version. Graffiti Hunters by April Kilcrease January 13, April Kilcrease tags along to track the wily urban explorer via Instagram shots. Originally appeared in Issue 32 , December 19, The Humble Corner Store by Rosie J. Spinks January 13, The proprietors of bodegas, off-licenses, and the lot know us intimately, says Rosie J. The idea by Meg McGrath Vaccaro January 11, Thinstagram by Scott Neumyer January 8, Social media sites allow pro-eating-disorder communities to thrive despite policies designed to thwart them, explains Scott Neumyer.
Today, I Live in the Book by Glenn Fleishman January 8, GOTY Badass Girls Need Not Apply by Brianna Wu January 7, A Follow-up to Badass Girls Need Not Apply by Brianna Wu January 7, Brianna Wu shares feedback from games publications and forums, and clarifies a few points. Untarred by Chris Krupiarz January 3, Cat Fancy by Alison Hallett January 1, Is a future cat made of fur or plastic, ponders Alison Hallett, as she pays the latest vet bill. Originally appeared in Issue 29 , November 7, Ramen Fever by Matthew Amster-Burton December 29, Matthew Amster-Burton went to Fukuoka to eat ramen, but a case of norovirus gave him a second family.
Beard and Bearder by Art Allen December 27, Originally appeared in Issue 22 , August 1, Every Day I Write the Song by Jonathan Mann December 27, There are two billion people floating around out there. Sometimes, you only need to reach one, Jonathan Mann recounts. I Dream of Conniff by Jen A. Miller December 24, The singer and his troupe of dozens fondly remind Jen A. Miller of a past she knows never existed. Terminal Pleasure by Matthew Amster-Burton December 18, Blurred Visionnaire by Gabe Bullard December 16, Is one of the most successful pen projects on Kickstarter a bulk order from China? Gabe Bullard draws a line between the dots. Penultimate by Gabe Bullard December 16, Gabe Bullard uses a fine point to explain. Originally appeared in Issue 24 , August 29, My Girlfriend, Who Lives in Michigan by Jason Snell December 13, Originally appeared in Issue 27 , October 10, How He Met My Mother by Jason Snell December 11, A Sore Spot by Chris Stokel-Walker December 11, New mothers can feel self-conscious feeding their children in public.
Copper Kills Infections Dead by Jen A. Miller December 11, A new study provides a basis for the degree to which copper and its alloys reduce hospital-acquired infection, Jen A. Miller explains. On the Road with New Space by Chris Krupiarz December 9, Miller December 5, Caffeine has a potential role in marathon deaths by heart attack, Jen A. Miller writes. Runners need to know how to self-medicate this drug. Originally appeared in Issue 31 , December 5, Who is George Saunders? by Glenn Fleishman December 5, Unbearable Lightness by Chris Stokel-Walker November 30, Over two centuries ago two brothers sent humans flying for the first time.
As Chris Stokel-Walker finds, their achievement is still celebrated today. Staying Put Away From Home by Rosie J. Spinks November 27, As many travel to their families for Thanksgiving, Rosie J. October 31, Medieval healers treated animals' ailments with a mix of faith, tradition and science. For centuries, the wild delicacy grew only in Europe. But improved cultivation techniques have enabled the pricey fungus to be farmed in new places. Women Who Shaped History. A new film offers a fictionalized look at the Janes, activists who provided illegal abortions in Chicago before Roe v.
October 28, Every fall, across the country, farmers and their friends and family gather to sort the ewes and rams that spent the summer free-grazing. A new exhibition on the Salem witch trials explores how the meaning of the word "witch" has evolved through the centuries. October 27, Scientists hope that playing certain chords while sleeping can trigger positive memories and prevent nightmares. The seven pairs of pants open a portal into life in the Castle Dome mining district. October 26, How Howard Carter Discovered King Tut's Golden Tomb A hundred years after the legendary find, archival records tell the definitive story of the dig that changed the world November 3, a.
Why Prehistoric Herders Didn't Spit Out Their Watermelon Seeds Thousands of years ago, Saharans ate the kernels before the fruit became sweet November 3, a. How Would Crazy Horse See His Legacy? History of Now The Origins of the Term 'Affirmative Action' The phrase was first used in early 20th-century employment laws June 22, Updated: November 1, How Porcelain Dolls Became the Ultimate Victorian Status Symbol Class-obsessed consumers found the cold, hard and highly breakable figurines irresistible November 1, A New Look for the National Air and Space Museum How the Wright Brothers Took Flight The remarkable story of how the duo grew to become world-changing inventors and international celebrities October 31, The Veterinary Magic of the Middle Ages Medieval healers treated animals' ailments with a mix of faith, tradition and science October 31, How Truffles Took Root Around the World For centuries, the wild delicacy grew only in Europe.
Women Who Shaped History The Underground Abortion Network That Inspired 'Call Jane' A new film offers a fictionalized look at the Janes, activists who provided illegal abortions in Chicago before Roe v. Wade October 28,
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