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Upworthy’s Quest to Engineer Optimism for an Anxious Age
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In its quest to rise above internet antagonism, Upworthy is marrying a lexicon of idealism to an almost metronomic pursuit of substantive clicks The post Upworthy’s Quest to Engineer Optimism for an Anxious Age appeared first on WIRED.






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5 Super-Fancy Desk Chairs to Upgrade Your Workday
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You probably spend more time in your desk chair than in your bed. Might as well make it comfortable. The post 5 Super-Fancy Desk Chairs to Upgrade Your Workday appeared first on WIRED.






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Can You Get Through This Day By Making As Many Bad Decisions As Possible?
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It’s like real life, except you’re messing up on purpose. View Entire Post ›






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Why We Need More Characters Like Lionel On “Dear White People”
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Justin Simien hates that he didn’t grow up with a character like Lionel on television, so he made one for the next generation of young black gay men. View Entire Post ›






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Congress Will Provide 2,500 More Visas For Afghan Interpreters
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“This is potentially a life-saving development,” said Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, one of the lawmakers who had pushed for more visas. View Entire Post ›






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This Quiz Will Tell You What Kind Of Wine You Might Actually Like (No Really)
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Are you more about bold and oak-y, or a light citrus breeze? View Entire Post ›






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Jamie Lynn Spears Looks Exactly Like Britney And It's Scary
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The cloning process is complete. View Entire Post ›






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Tackling diagnostic medicine with AI, Viz launches a tool to identify strokes
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 Someone in the U.S. has a stroke every 40 seconds; it is the third leading cause of death and leaves hundreds of thousands more with long-term disabilities. One of the reasons strokes are so deadly and debilitating is that they’re hard to diagnose, and time is of the essence when the occur. One startup thinks […]






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Samsung now approved to test self-driving cars on South Korean roads
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 Samsung is working on self-driving cars — which shouldn’t surprise you if you know the company’s history and wide range of interests. What’s new, however, is that Samsung is the latest company to receive approval from the South Korean government to begin testing its self-driving tech on public roads in the country. Read More






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