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  1. The Untold Story of Jaime Levy, Punk-Rock Cyber-Publishing Pioneer

    How a punk-rock kid from L.A. created some of the coolest publications of the 1990s.

    nymag.com
  2. The Teens Who Hacked Microsoft's Videogame Empire—And Went Too Far

    Among those involved in David Pokora’s so-called Xbox Underground, one would become an informant, one would become a fugitive, and one would end up dead.

    wired.com
  3. Between Two Storms

    In early June of 1989 I had made my way through China to Guangzhou in southern China near the mouth of the Pearl River and only a day’s worth of travel from Hong Kong. The weather was humid and hot…

    sturm.to
  4. I've Got Some Things to Say

    People in football love to talk about mental strength. Well, I’m the strongest dude you’re ever going to meet.

    theplayerstribune.com
  5. Teams Solve Problems Faster When They’re More Cognitively Diverse

    Find new ideas and classic advice on strategy, innovation and leadership, for global leaders from the world’s best business and management experts.

    hbr.org
  6. The epic task of breeding fruit flies for life on Titan

    Gracie’s experimental breeding programme aims to gradually recreate, in an enclosed habitat, the atmospheric conditions found on Titan and make sure that the common fly would slowly acclimate…

    we-make-money-not-art.com
  7. The Secret Language of Ships

    A ship’s markings may look like hieroglyphs, but to industry insiders they tell an important story.

    hakaimagazine.com
  8. How can we incentivise the digital world to make safer services?

    Understanding regulation history through railways, engineering and cars.

    medium.com
  9. An Astounding Romanian Documentary About One Man’s Quest to Change the Rules o…

    “Infinite Football,” which consists mostly of interviews with a middle-aged man, is one of the most visionary documentaries in quite a while.

    newyorker.com
  10. Glitch Capitalism: How Cheating AIs Explain Our Glitchy Society

    American society has come to follow the same logic as glitch-hunting AIs, and in the process become vulnerable to huge inequalities and injustices.

    nymag.com