Great Weekend Reads

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Great Weekend Reads for February 1, 2019

“I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”
― Groucho Marx

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Humans Tamed Themselves By Killing the Aggressive Men – The Atlantic

The Man Behind 1/3 of Wikipedia – CBS

Twitter’s CEO Takes on His Critics – Rolling Stone

How the Idea of Hell Shaped the Way We Think – New Yorker

Lorena Bobbitt Has More to Say – New York Times

Can Justice Roberts Handle the Coming Crisis? – The Atlantic

The Woman Who Shot Andy Warhol – Artsy

The Global Right-Wing War Over Big Tech – The Guardian

The Case for a Vicious Class War – New York Magazine

How Our Cities Are Getting Smarter – TWICE

The Real Secret of Youth Is Complexity – Nautilis

10 Books to Nourish Your Creative Soul This Month – My Modern Met

The Coder Who Became a Criminal Mastermind – Wired

Photo Essay of the Week: Circulatory System Like You’ve Never Seen

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VIDEO OF THE WEEK

Could we ever upload our minds to a computer and retain our personalities without having physical bodies? Closer to Truth explores the question with David Chalmers. 

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