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A Normie's Guide to Becoming a Crypto Person
How to (cautiously and skeptically) fall down the rabbit hole.
You Don't Cancel Me. I Cancel You.
On the precipice of sports-gambling riches— and facing sexual-misconduct allegations—Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy doubles down on the culture war.
The Money Game: Jen Wieczner
Revolt of the Goldman Juniors Wall Street’s youngest want more cash and better conditions. But mostly cash.
A trillion tons of carbon hang in the air, put there by the world’s rich— an existential threat to its poor. Can we remove it?
Lindsey Buckingham Thinks He Did Something Right
IT HAS LONG BEEN Theorized that it takes two guitarists to equal one Lindsey Buckingham, which was proved back in 2018 when the fingerpicking deity was unceremoniously fired from Fleetwood Mac and had to be replaced with a duo of rock elders for the band’s following tour.
Biden in Free Fall
Progressive donors to the left of him, cynical centrists to the right— a unified theory of why his popular agenda is so unpopular.
Kathy Hochul's Got Seven Months
To govern. To campaign. And to tell New Yorkers what, if anything, she believes in.
Bad Bunny Off Cycle
Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio turned 27 this year. It’s been a time for introspection.
Pivot: Scott Galloway
Super-Apps Are Inevitable Get ready for the first $10 trillion tech company.
The Group Portrait: Hello, Old Friend
The 3rd Rock From the Sun cast tearily reunites for the first time in 20 years.
Are Boeing and Airbus Flying Into a Bubble?
They’re launching freighters just as competition from retrofitted jets and cargo space on passenger planes is heating up
Came Through Drippin
Most of the world relies on flood irrigation to water crops. A more efficient alternative hasn’t been widely adopted because it’s so expensive. One Israeli soil physicist has the answer: a tiny plastic widget
MICROSOFT FIXES CLOUD PLATFORM VULNERABILITY AFTER WARNING
Microsoft says it has fixed a flaw in its cloud computing platform that cybersecurity researchers warned could have enabled hackers to take over a cloud-based database product used by many big companies.
LEAVE NOTHING TO CHANCE
As a Security and Counterterrorism Expert, Michael Rozin is in the Business of Staying One Step Ahead of Modern Threats
Israel Made. American Tough.
MEPROLIGHT’S QUALITY CONTROL AND INNOVATION
Israel. Always Ready.
MOTHER OF INVENTION
Young U.S. Jews Shift on Israel
Millennial and Gen Z progressives question American support of Israeli policies, a point of tension for the Democratic Party
DANCE | FASHION | INSPIRING SITES
WHEN IS ALL THIS going to be over?
BOARD GAMES IN THE CLASSROOM
Gamers gather around a table to unbox a new board game or bring out an old favorite. Together, they enter into a unique experience of mental challenge, social interaction, and creative play — an experience that draws them together. But can this special experience have anything to do with learning? John Coveyou, founder of Genius Games, insists that it does. Whenever you take a seat around a table to play a board game, “your mind can’t not begin to pick up information about the world that the game is themed around.” Without a doubt, learning is part of the experience, but is it a big enough part to justify using board games in the classroom? If so, how can board games be best used for learning?