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Incredible inventiveness of Hedy Lamarr (economist.com)
2 points by godelmachine 5 hours ago | past | web | discuss
Hedy Lamarr (economist.com)
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will.i.am: We need to own our data as a human right–and be compensated for it (economist.com)
2 points by theBashShell 11 hours ago | past | web | discuss
Fair is Fowl: Chigozie Obioma’s new novel is a triumph (economist.com)
1 point by jkuria 21 hours ago | past | web | discuss
How chicken became the rich world’s most popular meat (economist.com)
38 points by hvo 1 day ago | past | web | 19 comments
What the break-up of the world’s richest couple means for Amazon (economist.com)
2 points by godelmachine 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
Is Google an evil genius? (economist.com)
3 points by jkuria 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
What the break-up of the world’s richest couple means for Amazon (economist.com)
1 point by jkuria 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
A pioneering biologist is reprimanded for unscientific, offensive views (economist.com)
1 point by jkuria 2 days ago | past | web | discuss
An entertaining polemic against the tech industry (economist.com)
1 point by stevoski 3 days ago | past | web | discuss
Is Google an evil genius? (economist.com)
1 point by CPAhem 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
The elite that failed (economist.com)
38 points by sajid 4 days ago | past | web | 59 comments
Adding new DNA letters makes novel proteins possible (economist.com)
161 points by pseudolus 4 days ago | past | web | 35 comments
Vaccine researchers are preparing for Disease X (economist.com)
2 points by pseudolus 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
Outlook is dim for Americans without college degrees (economist.com)
2 points by known 4 days ago | past | web | discuss
Can China become a scientific superpower? (economist.com)
2 points by CodeSheikh 7 days ago | past | web | discuss
The maturing of the smartphone industry is cause for celebration (economist.com)
43 points by hvo 7 days ago | past | web | 48 comments
Why have humans never found aliens? (economist.com)
2 points by occamschainsaw 8 days ago | past | web | discuss
A decade-long boom is ending as consumers hang on to devices for longer (economist.com)
227 points by Austin_Conlon 8 days ago | past | web | 367 comments
Outlook is dim for Americans without college degrees (economist.com)
3 points by johnny313 9 days ago | past | web | 2 comments
Hipsters, RIP (economist.com)
1 point by takanori 9 days ago | past | web | 1 comment
The escape-room games industry is booming (economist.com)
85 points by pseudolus 9 days ago | past | web | 89 comments
Peak smartphone: Bad news for Apple. Good news for humanity (economist.com)
3 points by louismerlin 9 days ago | past | web | discuss
Why Imran Khan is unlikely to make life much better for Pakistanis (economist.com)
1 point by godelmachine 9 days ago | past | web | discuss
Can China become a scientific superpower? (economist.com)
5 points by sajid 10 days ago | past | web | 2 comments
How the shutdown in Washington ends (economist.com)
1 point by godelmachine 10 days ago | past | web | discuss
Pakistan’s army is to blame for the poverty of the country’s 208m citizens (economist.com)
2 points by godelmachine 10 days ago | past | web | discuss
The maturing of the smartphone industry is cause for celebration (economist.com)
2 points by godelmachine 10 days ago | past | web | discuss
How China could dominate science (economist.com)
46 points by known 10 days ago | past | web | 46 comments
The maturing of the smartphone industry is cause for celebration (economist.com)
2 points by kylebarron 11 days ago | past | web | discuss
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