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What Great Listeners Actually Do
It’s about more than keeping quiet.
This is what it's like to grow up in the age of likes, lols and longing
This is what it's like to grow up in the age of likes, lols and longing. Inside the world of one 13-year-old girl.
What Is Code? If You Don't Know, You Need to Read This
What is Code?
How to raise kinder, less entitled kids (according to science)
To the First Lady, With Love
To the First Lady, With Love - NYTimes.com
How technology disrupted the truth
How technology disrupted the truth | Katharine Viner | Media | The Guardian
Why Walking Helps Us Think
Why Walking Helps Us Think - The New Yorker
‘The Great British Bake Off’ Changes the Way the British Bake
Matthew Jones, founder of the Bread Ahead bakery in London, now offers a British baking workshop because of the popularity of the show. (Photo: Elena Heatherwick)
Ghazala Khan: Trump criticized my silence. He knows nothing about true sacrifice.
Trump said he would like to hear from me about my son. Here’s what I have to say.
Locked in | The Economist
A Group of Computer Scientists Believes a Trump Server Was Communicating With a Russian Bank
Was a server registered to the Trump Organization communicating with Russia’s Alfa Bank?
Barack Obama and Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Ultimate Exit Interview
Barack Obama and Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Ultimate Exit Interview | Vanity Fair
Addicted to Your iPhone? You’re Not Alone - The Atlantic
Handwriting Just Doesn’t Matter
Cursive is dead, and that's O.K. Today’s third graders may well become better writers as handwriting takes up less of their education, this Op-Ed argues. (Illustration: Jessica Svendsen)
Chef David Chang runs Momofuku, which includes 13 restaurants, a bakery, two bars, and a culinary lab.
“You’re all going to die”: A scientifically proven pep-talk for winning