Maybe they just don’t care. Margery followed the pull of the lever ahead and leaped for it. “Aaaccchhh—” Margery spat. A gust of wind had pinned her gauzy, gorgeous garment to the mouth of the corridor as she stepped outside the Blocks. Above her, people seated on a restaurant terrace tittered at her. Their own flimsy, all-encompassing clothes flickered … [Read more...] about A mysterious lever can reset the world. Do you pull it?
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By Jacqueline Smith Updated 3:30 pm PST, Thursday, January 31, 2019 Merry and Doug Jackson had mixed emotions when they learned the killer of their youngest daughter, their former son-in-law, had died in prison. After Scott Gelatlly shot to death their daughter Lori in their Oxford home, they could not stay there again and now live in Wallingford. less Merry and … [Read more...] about ‘You can’t protect yourself from a gun.’ Wife-killer dies in prison, but pain remains.
In South Korea, people under the age of 16 can’t play online games between midnight and 6am. The UK Parliament has launched an official inquiry into “the impact of social media and screen use on young people’s health.” Meanwhile in the United States, the Wait Until 8th campaign asks parents to delay giving their children a smartphone until they’re … [Read more...] about For teens, digital technology is good. Or bad. Or maybe neutral?
What’s in your bag? is a recurring feature where we ask people to tell us a bit more about their everyday gadgets by opening their bags and hearts to us. This week, we’re featuring rock and electropop band A R I Z O N A. Zachary Charles, Nate Esquite, and David Labuguen technically have the day off, but that only means from touring. The three, known collectively as … [Read more...] about What’s in your bag, A R I Z O N A?
How do you handle the data of a scientist who violates all the norms of his field? Who breaches the trust of a community that spans the entire globe? Who shows a casual disregard for the fate of the whole human species? On the one hand, you might want to learn from such a person’s work; to have a full and open dissection of everything that went wrong. Because, spoiler, … [Read more...] about How Do You Publish the Work of a Scientific Villain?