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Gen-Z and millennials love reading books. But being a ‘reader’ means something more
Gen-Z and millennials love reading books. But being a ‘reader’ means something more

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Where to find Stardew Valley Books of Power
Where to find Stardew Valley Books of Power

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Visually impaired students can ‘get a feel for’ eclipses with tactile books and graphics
Visually impaired students can ‘get a feel for’ eclipses with tactile books and graphics

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The brilliant influence of government comic books
The brilliant influence of government comic books

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The best books we read in 2023
The best books we read in 2023

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Voice-controlled AI copilots could lead to safer flights
Voice-controlled AI copilots could lead to safer flights

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NASA’s Kathy Sullivan and advances in orbital personal hygiene
NASA’s Kathy Sullivan and advances in orbital personal hygiene

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We are the frogs in the boiling pot, it’s time we started governing like it.
We are the frogs in the boiling pot, it’s time we started governing like it.

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Beware the Tech Bro who comes bearing gifts
Beware the Tech Bro who comes bearing gifts

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Meet Richard Akrwright, the world’s first tech titan
Meet Richard Akrwright, the world’s first tech titan

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Hitting the Books: The programming trick that gave us DOOM multiplayer
Hitting the Books: The programming trick that gave us DOOM multiplayer

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Hitting the Books: Why AI needs regulation and how we can do it
Hitting the Books: Why AI needs regulation and how we can do it

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An Iowa school district is using AI to ban books
An Iowa school district is using AI to ban books

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Hitting the Books: The thirty-year quest to make WiFi a connectivity reality
Hitting the Books: The thirty-year quest to make WiFi a connectivity reality

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Hitting the Books: In England’s industrial mills, even the clocks worked against you
Hitting the Books: In England’s industrial mills, even the clocks worked against you

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Hitting the Books: The dangerous real-world consequences of our online attention economy
Hitting the Books: The dangerous real-world consequences of our online attention economy

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Hitting the Books: ‘Vision Zero’ could help reclaim roads from American car culture
Hitting the Books: ‘Vision Zero’ could help reclaim roads from American car culture

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Hitting the Books: How NASA helped JFK build his ‘Nation of Immigrants’
Hitting the Books: How NASA helped JFK build his ‘Nation of Immigrants’

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Hitting the Books: Amazon’s unique ‘threat’ to digital commerce
Hitting the Books: Amazon’s unique ‘threat’ to digital commerce

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Hitting the Books: How SNAP’s digital services became an online quagmire
Hitting the Books: How SNAP’s digital services became an online quagmire

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Hitting the Books: How hackers turned cybercrime into a commercial service
Hitting the Books: How hackers turned cybercrime into a commercial service

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Hitting the Books: Why we like bigger things better
Hitting the Books: Why we like bigger things better

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Renee Descartes had his best revelations while baked in an oven
Renee Descartes had his best revelations while baked in an oven

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Books: How music chords hack your brain to elicit emotion
Books: How music chords hack your brain to elicit emotion

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The abrupt and ignoble downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried
The abrupt and ignoble downfall of Sam Bankman-Fried

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