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  1. How far would you go to be able to smile?

    Smiling is one of the fundamental ways people communicate, so what happens if your face can’t do it?

    mosaicscience.com
  2. Habitat 67, Montreal's 'failed dream'

    The pilot project of Moshe Safdie’s mission to reinvent apartment living became mired in controversy – yet it remains a functioning icon of 1960s utopianism

    theguardian.com
  3. Was There a Civilization On Earth Before Humans?

    A look at the available evidence

    theatlantic.com
  4. The Man Who Cracked the Lottery

    When the Iowa attorney general’s office began investigating an unclaimed lottery ticket worth millions, an incredible string of unlikely winners came to light - and a trail that pointed to an inside…

    nytimes.com
  5. The Complete Conceptual History of the Millennium Falcon

    As the most famous starship of all time once again graces the silver screen we travel back in time to tell the story of its creation.

    kitbashed.com
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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