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  1. How to move a masterpiece: the secret business of shipping priceless artworks

    The long read: What happens when a forklift goes through your Picasso?

    theguardian.com
  2. The Lines of Code That Changed Everything

    We don’t sit around compiling lists of the world’s most consequential bits of code, even though they arguably inform the zeitgeist just as much. So we decided to do precisely that.

    slate.com
  3. What if the Soviet Union never collapsed? Meet the Football Manager fans rewriting history

    Its data-driven realism has led to Brexit presentations in front of parliament – yet many use Football Manager to create their own footy science-fiction

    wired.co.uk
  4. The Weird, Dangerous, Isolated Life of the Saturation Diver

    One of the world’s most hazardous jobs is known for its intense pressure.

    atlasobscura.com
  5. Breakfast has resisted globalisation, until now

    It has always been the most conservative meal of the day. But some diners are starting to experiment

    1843magazine.com
  6. “Tomato” versus “#FF6347”—the tragicomic history of CSS color names

    Inspiration runs the gamut for colors like “lemon chiffon" and “rebecca purple.”

    arstechnica.com
  7. If You Give a Mouse a Vote

    How many voters will pick Mickey Mouse?

    prospect.org
  8. The People Who Hated the Web, Even Before Facebook

    As the World Wide Web turns 30, a look back at its early skeptics

    theatlantic.com